Hiking, swimming, biking and other outdoor pursuits are part of our national DNA, and indubitably good for our physical health.
While physical disabilities like blindness more obviously demonstrate the need for a service dog, the animals can be trained to serve a host of people with invisible illnesses as well. These service dogs learn how to respond to mental health issues including PTSD and social anxiety; detect silent conditions like irregular heartbeats or blood sugar levels; and provide emotional support for victims of sexual abuse.
If you've ever practiced yoga at home with a pet, you probably already know how impossible it is to concentrate with all
Move over cute puppies, there's a new adorable four-legged creature in town. At Mana Wedell Tagesfliege, an elderly care