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  Pictured with Neal & DIETER TADSAW Service Dog Team TSD0434 and Vietnam Veteran Service Dog Team VV0058 – accredited  09/15/2015 is TAMMY DUCKWORTH, U.S. Senator from Illinois and Iraqi War Veteran. Notice the TADSAW Service Dog patch??? “War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of […]

Don’t Choke Me! 4 Myths About the Prong Collar, Read Here. Cheack out the full story on Modern Dog Magazine , ModerndogMagazine.com Printed with editor’s permission – copyright Moderndog Magazine Summer 2017.

TADSAW MILESTONE achieved !!!!!! Team Seven Hundred!!!! CONGRATULATIONS to the newest addition to the TADSAW Service Dog Team Family!!! TADSAW SERVICE DOG TEAM TSD0700 !!!!! Courtney & AXEL – successfully completing   the TADSAW program on June 1st 2017- what a way to start the month!!!!  Trainer Sandra of North Carolina mentored the Team and successfully […]

Inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations can be frightening and stressful. For Service Dog teams, they can be even more trying due to the complications of having a dog on a locked unit geared totally towards safety. However, with consideration and forethought, things are easily made less difficult. This post is a comprehensive guide to some of the considerations […]

You, as trainers, obviously see the way our rescue dogs change, and in many cases, save lives.  As Program Director and Founder of TADSAW I am asking you to become further involved by supporting TADSAW, as the need for funding is greater now than ever before. I invite you to please immediately post the following […]

With all the articles about “FAKE” Service Dogs being put out there, it seems that finally somebody got it RIGHT!!! Thank You Winfield College for recognizing Disabled persons have a true need for a Service Dog. That is what the wording in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 2010 states, in big bold black […]

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An Air Force wounded warrior has a new buddy that is helping him cope with his physical and mental pain, thanks to the Train A Dog – Save A Warrior program. Staff Sgt. Andrew Goligowski struggles with post-traumatic stress and the pain caused by sarcoidosis, a disease with no cure that causes inflammation in the […]

By Carol Spicer The Clifton Record Lisa Williams, a dog trainer for the Train a Dog, Save a Warrior program has visited with David Sager at the local Bosque Animal Rescue Kennels prior to her visit on Tuesday, when she came to pick up the two dogs going into the program. Williams had picked out […]

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