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Service Dogs

Are specifically trained to provide assistance to disable individuals who are having a difficult time negotiating everyday life tasks. Individuals that have hearing impairment, visual difficulties, ambulatory issues, seizures, autism, Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD), and many other disabilities and roadblocks that they will face in everyday life.

Emotional Dogs

Anyone who has a dog in their life should be aware of the emotional comfort their presence offers. A dog’s companionship may become vital to the health and wellbeing of people with mental or emotional conditions.

This is why Dynamic Service Dog 4u provide emotional support animals (ESAs) services to those in need. ESAs are not trained like Service Dogs. In fact, as long as the dog is well behaved according to pet standards, little or no training is required. This ensures the animal is very well-trained with no bad habits that would annoy neighbors, and the animal should not be a danger to anyone. This is especially relevant if a person needs a special allowance to take their ESA on a flight or to a no-pet zone.

Therapeutic Dogs

Our clients range from FTSE 300 companies, to large charitable organisations and some small local businesses who are striving to expand. Most of our clients use our Data Analysis service to inform their strategic decision making and their targets for the immediate, mid-term and long-term future.

The data sources that we use for this type of analysis include customer enquiry data, sales figures, costs, market data and customer feedback.


An individual can qualify for a Service Dog Certification if they have any kind of disability which requires a Service Dog for assist. The disability may be physical like blindness, lack of movement, epilepsy, diabetes, etc. or a mental or emotional condition that involves a medical support dog. For a person with a disability, a Service Dog must be explicitly trained to do work or perform tasks. People with mental or emotional disorders can also have an Emotional Support Animal, which does not require special training and has more limited privileges than Service Dogs.

There are federal regulations intended to protect you from being discriminated against and to require you to be accompanied in public by your registered service dog — even if pets are not permitted. You can also live in housing with your licensed service dog or licensed ESA if pets are not allowed.