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The Dog Blog. All the news that’s fit to paw print.

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Summer Heat and Your Dog

Summer is here! As the temperatures rise, it is important to monitor your dog’s health and behavior for signs of heat stroke.

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Respect the Harness: Guide Dog Etiquette

Learn the top 12 tips of proper guide dog etiquette to ensure the safety and independence of individuals with visual impairments.

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How to Become a Guide Dog Instructor

Have you ever wondered how to become a guide dog trainer? That’s a frequently asked question here at Southeastern Guide Dogs.

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Ask the Vet: 13 Common House Plants That Are Toxic to Dogs

Hundreds of plants can be toxic to dogs, so it is important to educate yourself on the type of plants in your environment.

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Side By Side Magazine Cover | Spring 2022

Side by Side | Spring 2022 issue

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Side By Side Magazine Cover | Winter 2021

Side by Side | Winter 2021 issue

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Congratulations Service Dog Class #290

A new class of veterans recently came to our campus to train with the service dogs that will make all the difference in their lives. Before they arrived, their days were often limited by the pain and isolation of post-traumatic stress disorder. Today, we celebrate all of their hard work to forge a new reality…

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three graduates stand with their new dogs, the trainers stand with them.

Congratulations Class #289

Service Dog Class #289 graduates today, and these three veterans represent the U.S. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. With a combined service of more than 30 years, they represent a level of unrelenting strength and courage that is impossible to quantify. Paired with their new service dogs, we are encouraged by how these individuals challenged…

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