We all know that a dog’s daily routine consists of eating, playing and then sleeping, right? But did you know that there are dogs out there with duties and responsibilities? 💼 Today we’re going to take a look at six dog breeds that are usually found in service dogs!! 🦮
🦮 Service dogs are not just regular dogs. They were trained specifically to help people with disabilities or in life-threatening conditions. For example, they can control their temperaments, follow orders the whole time, and are able to understand verbal communication or sign language. ✋
If you see service dogs on duty, please do not approach or interact with them without the handler’s permission. 🙅 It will distract service dogs from their duty.
Now that you know about service dogs. Let’s see which breeds are usually found in service dogs, shall we?
We can say that this breed is one of the most popular dog breeds to train for service dogs because of their friendly, easy-going nature. They are clever and very eager to learn which makes them easy to train. Golden retrievers are a very active breed. They should exercise often. They are fit for a visually impaired person.
Same as Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds to train for service dogs because of their sociable nature and easy-going temperament. They’re also devoted and eager to please, clever, and easy to train too! They’re hardy and athletic so they can keep up with their handlers as they go about their day.
German Shepherd is the first dog breed to be trained for guide dogs and is popular these days for their intelligence, alertness, fearless, and extremely loyal traits. They can learn a wide range of tasks, making them capable of assisting people with disabilities and police work.
This breed is famous for its phenomenal sense of smell so they’ve been used by military forces to help sniff out bombs and find lost soldiers. They are good with family too because they get along so well with kids. Hugging Beagles will make you calmer and at ease.
Standard Poodles have a nose for detecting allergens and their sociable nature, cleverness, and cheerfulness make them good at a wide range of tasks. Their coats have less dander and are less likely to cause allergic reactions than many other breeds, which makes them a good choice for people who suffer from allergies.
These intelligent doggies are often trained to sense impending seizures, making them an excellent choice as epileptic service dogs. Collies are good with children and their cheerfulness and calmness make them good for those who suffer from PTSD and other psychiatric disorders.
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