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Thanks, Julius.

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Service Animals are amazing.  I am glad you have one!  Thanks for sharing 

 

 

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Hi @edwardcrane  I'm glad you have a great service animal. I agree, of course, that they are wildly beneficial, as I've known quite a number of trainers and recipients of service dogs. 

 

I wanted to salute your gratitude and to wish you well. Smiley Happy

 

 

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2017 INVISIBLE DISABILITIES WEEK – DAY 4

Share your Service Dog, Therapy Dog, Emotional Support Dog Today

 

I SALUTE MY SERVICE DOG, “ALEPO” TODAY –

 

For "2017 Invisible Disabilities Week" I salute my "service dog", a ten (10) year old, cream-Labrador-retriever, named: “Alepo”, who was raised and trained by an organization, called: “Canine Partners for Life” (k94life.org).

 

We have been together as a “team” for over five (5) years and he has restored a “sense of normalcy” for me in my life. I have epilepsy and he provides me advanced warnings for each of my oncoming seizures, plus he provides me balance and support, which prevents me from falling and injuring myself. “Alepo” helps me physically, psychologically and emotionally, each and every day – restoring my independence in life.

 

 We are a “team” and we are in this battle with my invisible disability, together. “Alepo” is my hero Invisible disabilities Ed's Photo app1.jpgAssistance Dogs Are Truly Amazing !

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