A service dog is an expensive and necessary service for animals.
But a service dog can make a difference in people’s lives and can help keep the environment healthy.
A service animal is a dog that is trained to assist an individual with disabilities or other issues.
The Animal Welfare Act states that a service animal must be: trained to help an individual in need, trained to be able to detect, identify, and respond to signs of distress, trained in obedience and behavior, trained for an individual to respond to requests for assistance or to communicate with an individual, and trained to respond in a calm, reasonable and non-aggressive manner to the requests or concerns of an individual.
The Humane Society of the United States has compiled a list of all of the dogs and cats that can be used as service dogs, including the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and the American Poodle.
These are the types of animals that are being used by service providers in order to protect the environment.
The National Park Service is working to make a list available to public schools, the public library and other institutions so that students, teachers and other school visitors can identify the service dogs and pets that can best meet the needs of their students.
This guide will help you find out what type of service dogs are available in your area and how they can be utilized.
To find out more about what services dogs can be expected to provide, you can check out the National Park service’s Service Dogs and Pets page on the National Parks Service website.
This article originally appeared on NBC News.