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The Sacrifice of a Trainer

The Sacrifice of a Trainer

Being a trainer for Little Angels Service Dogs is absolutely the best job I could ask for. Many people say it’s a "dream job,” while I agree with that, people only look at the fun side of what we do. They don't see the incredible sacrifices we make... There is no way...

“Changing Lives…One Dog at a Time”

“Changing Lives…One Dog at a Time”

When you look at the mission statement for Little Angels Service Dogs what do you think about? I dare to guess that most thoughts automatically go to “Little Angels is changing the lives of their recipients.” You are correct. Our recipients’ lives are changed in the...

Our Angel Dex

Our Angel Dex

Our daughter Natalie quickly lost her independence the day she was diagnosed with intractable epilepsy. She was 17. As the days passed and her seizure frequency increased, more and more of her independence was taken from her. Honestly, so was mine as this disability...

Going Home After Handler Training

Going Home After Handler Training

Mollie and I are a psychiatric service dog team. I will be adding to the LASD blog by talking about my various experiences of being a psychiatric service dog handler. In my last blog post, I discussed my experience of being on the placement wait list for a psychiatric...

Placement Wait List Experience

Placement Wait List Experience

Mollie and I are a psychiatric service dog team.  I will be adding to the LASD blog by talking about my various experiences of being a psychiatric service dog handler. Being a psychiatric service dog handler is hard, humorous, rewarding and life changing.  Did I say...

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