Weird question, but do any of you have service dogs?
This may sound weird, but for EHS or MCS does anyone have a service dog? Dogs can alert you of things. I know sometimes I can get dizzy or have other problems. I wonder if having a service dog might help to alert you when to leave a higher emf area before you start experiencing symptoms?
Or at least an emotional support dog, but they can’t be taken everywhere a service dog can.
The rules for getting a service dog seem very lax.
“Federal Law Prohibits Discrimination Of Breed,Size,Training Level Or Age Of Any Emotional Support Or Service Dog, Emotional support dogs do not have to be trained to perform any specific task. Service dogs can be trained by their owners or in any other manner the owner desires to assist them with their disability.
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FACT: Most People Do Not Know They Qualify For A Service Animal Or Emotional Support Animal.
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FACT: Most People Do Not Know Service Dogs Do Not Require Any Physician Letter or Prescription.
FACT: Most People Do Not Know Most Service Dog Owners Do Not Look Visibly Disabled.
FACT: Most People Do Not Know Emotional Support Dogs Do Not Require Any Training.
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Service Dogs,Emotional Support Dogs and Therapy Dogs can benefit people with disabilities associated with many diagnoses, including: Arthritis Ataxia (poor balance) Autism Blindness or Impaired Vision Deafness or Impaired Hearing Diabetes Cardio/Pulmonary Disease Cerebral Palsy Physical mobility Issues Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.) Psychiatric Disabilities Seizure Disorders (Epilepsy) Severe Allergy Alert Spina Bifida Spinal Cord/Head Trauma Stroke,Cancer Anxiety Depression Bipolar disorder Mood disorder Fear/phobias Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Suicidal Thoughts/Tendencies Adjustment Disorder Generalized anxiety disorder Social anxiety disorder Panic disorder Separation anxiety Dissociative Disorders Factitious Disorders Eating Disorders Impulse-Control Disorders Mental Disorders Due to a General Medical Condition Neurocognitive Disorders Mood Disorders Neurodevelopmental Disorders Personality Disorders Psychotic Disorders Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders Sleep Disorders Somatoform Disorders Substance Related Disorders This is just a partial list of disabilities that qualify under ADA.“
Animals suffer from EMR just like us, and what we are doing to them is very cruel. Actually my experience is they suffer more because they have no chance to understand what they are suffering from and avoid it.
Re: Weird question, but do any of you have service dogs?
Its ordinal not cardinal on a log scale. Very cheap and useful compared to most rip off meters that people dont understand. Just avoid clicks. I set mine on 3 bars and it warns me fine. The batteries last a very long time too. No probs with rechargeable.