Categorically left over but no less important!
“Not every child learns the same way. I could not learn through my eyes. Reading was impossible. Math, to compute it in my mind, was impossible. I learned everything through listening.”
~ Henry Winkler, didn’t know he had a learning disability until age 31, when he was diagnosed with dyslexia.
The number one reason a service dog is retired early is because of a traumatic encounter with a pet dog. Here are a few tips on how you can prevent a negative encounter from happening when out with your own dog.
1.Do not distract a service dog by talking, petting, or offering anything like food or toys to the dog.
2. Give extra space when you are out with your dog and need to pass a service dog team.
3. Keep your dog close to you and under control when you encounter a service dog.
4. Keep your dog close to you and under control. Do not allow your dog to lunge at, bark at, sniff at, or make any physical contact with a service dog.
We are not accepting any durable medical goods at this time since it’s difficult to clean them. But we are distributing them. Explain your needs and our trained staff may know the perfect item that will help you!
James Pickard in Moscow 208-883-0523
Valerie Johnson in Idaho Falls 208-529-8610
Todd Wilder in Boise 208-336-3335