Donkey Hill – Service Dog Project powered by EXPLORE.org

The donkey barn at the Service Dog Project is home to rescued donkeys and miniature horses–not to be confused with the Great Danes the organization trains as service dogs! Watch live and learn more on Explore.org @ . EXPLORE is the largest live nature cam network on the planet. We bring nature to you, raw, unscripted, and unedited. Enjoy the natural world as it unfolds in real time in front of our cameras. EXPLORE.org takes you from Kenya, Africa to the riverbanks of Katmai, Alaska and everywhere in between. Visit the full multicam experience: Facebook: – Twitter: Be sure to visit and subscribe to all your favorite EXPLORE channels: Live Cams & Highlights – Documentary Films – Education Channel –

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Lady Confronts Me About Abusing My Service Dog

Drew Lynch is a comedian with a stutter and this is his dog with a name that's Stella. LINKS: Tour – drewlynch.com/shows Twitter – twitter.com/thedrewlynch/ Facebook – facebook.com/TheDrewLynch/ Instagram – instagram.com/thedrewlynch/ SnapChat – @DrewComedy If you liked Brandon, the overly offended cat guy, check out his channel: HELP SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL You can help support this channel by contributing subtitles to our videos! (On the video where you'd like to add subtitles, click on the "settings" gear near where the CC button is. Select "Subtitles" then select "Add Subtitles / CC") Not everyone has the time to contribute subtitles, but if you're a fan of what we do hitting "like" and "subscribe," following us on social media, and sharing our videos are all great ways …

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Service Dogs: PTSD Service Dogs Top Service Dog Breeds for People with PTSD – Animal Facts

PTSD Service Dogs Top Service Dog Breeds for People with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE – HELP MAKE MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS ONE! GET ANIMAL FACTS notifications in your Facebook Messenger Inbox – Owning a dog can lift your mood or help you feel less stressed. Dogs can help people feel better by providing companionship. All dog owners, including those who have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), can experience these benefits. Clinically, there is not enough research yet to know if dogs actually help treat PTSD and its symptoms. Evidence-based therapies and medications for PTSD are supported by research. We encourage you to learn more about these treatments because it is difficult to draw strong conclusions from the few studies on dogs and PTSD …

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Service Dogs Can Get Sick Too 🐾 (7/10/17)

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Service Dog In Training Public Access Tips!

Hey! Thanks for watching! Here is a video of a public access test if you are curious! (It is not required by law but I suggest it.) CALVIN: 2 year old golden retriever medical, allergen, and psych service jedi in training. HANNAHNIAH: 13 year old service dog and jedi trainer. Send Us Cool Things: New PO BOX Coming Soon! CHECK OUT OUR FAMILY CHANNEL AT: … MUSIC: Epiidemicsounds.com CREDIT Filmora (Wondershare) CREDIT

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UNBELIEVABLE! Guy Wants To Fight Me Because Of My Service Dog

Easily one of the worst experiences we have ever encountered. SHARE this video to help raise awareness of the kind of thing people with service animals and disabilities deal with regularly- there is strength in numbers. Big thank you to the employees and customers at Panda Express who saw something that wasn't right and stood up. The full 3 minute encounter without Drew's commentary can be found on his Facebook page here: Service Animals are considered "medical equipment" under the Americans with Disabilities Act, which grants them public access rights. They go through rigorous training that ensures they are well-behaved and not disruptive. Service Animals are different than ESA's, or "Emotional Support Animals". Emotional support animals are not covered under the ADA and do not …

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