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Service Animals

How Service Dogs Change Lives – An Interview

Val Cairney February 5, 2021 161


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In This Episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Stephanie Ridley, whose son is a recipient of an Autism Response Dog, called Beaumont. So, please join me as Stephanie reveals the incredible role Beaumont plays not only in the life of her son Ewan, but in that of her family too.

We’ll also gain insight into the training this wonderful dog went through, as well as some of the obstacles faced when out and about in public. At the end of it all, this is a story of a boy, his dog, and the life adventure that they have both set out on together, all of which was made possible thanks to National Service Dogs.

For more information on National Service Dogs or to make a donation please visit their website at nsd.on.ca

Thanks to Stephanie for providing these wonderful photographs of Ewan and Beaumont. As they say. a picture paints a thousand words. (Bet you thought I was going to say “Knowing Is Caring.”)


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Val Cairney

Hi everyone, and welcome to Val Talk’s Pets, the forum for pet parents and enthusiasts alike. So, I have been working in the pet industry now for almost 10 years and, on a daily basis, I handle a lot of issues and questions arising from pet parents. I am not a veterinarian but I do have certifications in Canine, Feline, Small Animal, Fish and Herptile and Avian Health and Nutrition from the University of California, Davis Extension, the Vet College.

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