Medical Service Dog

A service dog requires extensive training. That training, in addition to veterinary costs, staff and dog trainers, registration and more, runs the average cost of a service dog up to $60,000. 
I need a Service Dog for Epilepsy, PTSD, Anxiety with phobias.  All funds will go towards a Service Dog, training, vet care, immunizations, heartworming, the staff that has to foster the dog while in extensive training, ect. I had multiple back to back seizures last week and ended up in the hospital with injuries to my lumbar, coccyx, and spine. A service dog could save my life by getting me to safety by detecting a seizure or aura. To all willing and able to help I would like to say thank you. 
*A Service Dog for PTSD can help lessen the trauma associated with triggering events and going in public.
An assistance dog for a person with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is taught behaviors that help people with PTSD to better cope with fear and anxiety. These dogs can provide a physical barrier between their partner and the public, provide stress reducing pressure on trained body points and provide a social bridge as a point of conversation. These dogs have full public access rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
*51388800_1600987546559632_r.jpegSeizure alert dogs
Seizure alert dogs are one of the controversial types of service dog. They react with a specific type of behavior right before her human has a seizure. The ability to alert to seizures seems to be a natural ability of trained dogs.
Seizure response dogs provide help to a person experiencing an epileptic seizure. These dogs bark for help or to press an alarm system during a person’s seizure. They can also get a person out of an unsafe place. And may bring medicine or a phone to a person who is coming out of a seizure.
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