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  1. Arti says:

    People with disabilities determine whether they need a service dog. Therapy dogs don’t have a single, specific handler. While they often have one handler, they aren’t trained for specific duties and tasks. In general, working dogs can perform more tasks, often related to their sense of smell. Any dog can become a service dog, but small breeds may not be suitable for jobs that require strength and size. Service dogs and working dogs are pretty similar since they both have specific tasks. Emotional support animals, including emotional support dogs, are alternative from service dogs. Still, a physician or a mental health expert can recommend it. Instead, they volunteer in public settings, like hospitals, hospices, mental health institutions, nursing homes, and schools.

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