Costs of Owning a Service Dog

For new Service Dog in Training Owners Affording your SDiT When it comes to realizing what a great resource that a service dog would be in your life to aid to your disability, you often look over the costs of getting them from an organization. Why not? They come already trained, have gone through the…

20 Amazon Items Under $20 for Service Dog in Training Owners

So you’ve decided to train your own service dog. Whether you are choosing to train your pup yourself to help offset costs or just merely out of preference, then this list is sure to help you save a couple bucks and up not only your training game, but also add a little needed conveniency in…

Affordable Gear for Your Service Dog Bullet Journal

Who doesn’t love to save money? In college especially, $20 highlighters, pens and pencils are not something that you can usually afford. For my service dog bullet journal I love to use these products to save a little extra cash. So here’s a list for the college folks that need to look at the low…

13 Bullet Journal Pages for Your Service Dog

If you haven’t already tried out the bullet journal method, let me introduce you to my organizational best friend. If you struggle to stay on top of things or just like to be organized  in general, the bullet journal is for you! It is an awesome creative outlet that helps you put your week into…

3 Steps to Finding Your Perfect Service Dog Breed

When looking for your partner in crime it can be tricky to narrow it down to just one breed. After all, any dog can be a service dog, whether it be a dog you adopt from your local rescue shelter, or if you buy it as a pup from a reputable breeder.  However, there are…

5 Easy Steps to Finding a Breeder for Your Service Dog

So it’s almost time for you to get your service dog. During this exciting time, you’ve probably looked into many different options, but going through a breeder was the best decision for you. When looking for a breeder to get your service dog from, there are 5 important things to look for. Experience Health Environment…

Living with an Anxiety Disorder

Living with an anxiety disorder is similar to swimming in the ocean. Floating. Treading water. Sinking. Having anxiety is like this, the constant bobbing, sinking and floating. And like the ocean, it does have reasons to be feared. Some people can look at an ocean, even dip their toes in the water, but won’t dare…

Why It’s Okay to Have a Service Dog

If we met in person, I’d be shaking your hand while silently having internal alarms go off telling me that I am about to be in a social situation, and that this should cause panic. Dramatic much? Eh, maybe. But part of that thinking is one of the many overwhelming benefits of my disability. My…