4 Paws for Ability

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4 Paws for Ability
4 Paws for Ability is listed in the Pet Training category in Xenia, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for 4 Paws for Ability which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of 4 Paws for Ability on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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1591 Old 35
Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 374-0385

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RT @HillaryWKYT: Mercer County family calling new service dog a "life-line" [VIDEO] 💠wkyt.com/content/news/M…


RT @HillaryWKYT: Meet Curtiss. The pup might only be a little more than a year old, but he is making a big difference in the life... https:…


RT @HillaryWKYT: Tonight at 6, tag along & see why a Mercer County family is calling their new four-legged member a "life-line" @4PawsForAb…

4 Paws For Ability added 39 new photos to the album: June Class 2017 - First Day of Class.
The June class meets their dogs and the wonderful journey begins!

4 Paws For Ability added 148 new photos to the album: National Selfie Day 2017.
Wanna play a trick on a dog lover? Ask them for a dog selfie, but tell them only one per dog! HA! Who only has one dog selfie? Happy National Selfie Day!

Guardian Home Needed http://4pawsforability.org/guardian-homes/ CH 4 Paws Auld Lang Syne aka Langley

Thanks to WCPO - 9 On Your Side for their recent article and news spot on why fake service dogs are damaging to real ones. As a reminder, you (yes, you! and you over there, and even you in the back!) can help protect service dogs in just 3 easy steps: 1. Learn something new! If you've already seen this graphic, perhaps you could check out additional resources like this one: https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm or this one: https://www.ada.gov/regs2010/service_animal_qa.html 2. Share with others! And if you really want to go above and beyond, don't just share a picture or a link - tell someone what you learned. Maybe you didn't know that, by law, service dogs are permitted to accompany their owner through restaurant buffet lines, but one of the only places they aren't permitted is a restaurant kitchen or food preparation site. 3. Stand up for service dogs! Don't let crazy uncle Bartholomew take his pom-chi-weimaraner-oolde-shepherd, exotic sub-saharan gecko mango lizard, sailor mouthed french blue wing tipped parrot, or other unlisted family pet shopping for groceries. It's illegal, it's dangerous, and it manipulates a delicate system that was put in place to make an inaccessible world accessible to those with different abilities. Promise to keep service dogs safe. Learn, share, and stand up for service dogs.

I spy: a 4 Paws service dog on the news and a bunch of advocates! Service dog teams Fiona and Blake and Blaine and Chloe, along with CEO Karen, Development Director Kelly and service dog in training Aston, all contributed to the WCPO article and news spot about how fake service dogs are dangerous to real service dog teams. "I think the people who do it feel like it's a victimless crime, but it's not," said Shirk, who founded the service dog organization nearly 20 years ago. "It causes a lot of harm to service dogs and their handlers." "We've heard the stories about service dogs being attacked by pets labeled as service animals," said Kacey Farrell. "It's just really unfortunate because service dogs are highly, highly trained to do this job and after a trauma like that, some can no longer do it." This means that a fake could permanently change someone's access to the world around them. Rightfully, outrage would ensue if someone intentionally damaged a child's wheelchair, an elderly person's walker, a hearing aid, or an insulin pump. Bringing a fake service dog or an emotional support animal into a public facility or any non-pet friendly location (where neither fakes or ESAs are permitted) risks doing exactly the same - inflicting permanent and sometimes irreparable damage to a service dog and the humans around them. However, you can make a difference. Promise to keep service dogs safe. Teams like Blake and Fiona and Chloe and Blaine depend on your support. Learn, share, and stand up for service dogs.
Falsely claiming that your pet is a service dog might seem like a victimless crime, but it does real harm to people who need service dogs in their day-to-day lives.


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