Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Yes, it would be a mobility assistance service dog. Which has even higher restrictions on the dogs health than other types of service dogs, so if he is interested in his own dog doing the work he needs to start with getting his dog checked out thoroughly.
Even if his dog does not have what it takes to be a service dog, if the dog is healthy it can still perform service tasks around the home. Some mobility tasks are things like assisting on stairs, acting as a brace, pulling to a standing position, turning the lights on or off, opening cabinets/doors, retrieving objects, picking up dropped objects, balance assistance, helping with laundry, carrying shopping bags... there are tons.
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member in education and Service Dog Handler.