Not all dogs can be service dogs.
Assistance dogs are dogs specially trained to help people with disabilities or special needs.
They are aids for mobility, communication, security, mental health, daily life.
Assistance dogs are selected for their intelligence, sociability and ability to follow instructions.
They are trained by qualified professionals, and they must meet strict standards.
Assistance dogs must be selected and trained appropriately to meet the specific needs of the person with a disability.
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