Official Review: A Service Dog Life by Kimberly Kiely

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Re: Official Review: A Service Dog Life by Kimberly Kiely

Post by Mikimo » 18 Sep 2017, 03:27

A book that would surely love by children. It will teach them that Dog should be treated very well because Dog can be a friend, guard and more. Thank you for this great review.

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Post by versatileer » 18 Sep 2017, 05:28

A Service Dog Life by Kimberly Kiely is a helpful non-fiction book whereby an education and insight on dogs and service-animals is established. This books has a 4 out of 4 stars rating.

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Post by Uwazie Emmanuel » 18 Sep 2017, 05:47

A nice review. I would like to read this to know more about service dogs.

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Post by jenjayfromSA » 18 Sep 2017, 05:55

The work that service dogs do is so little known. Often we are turned away from shops and restaurants because we have a service dog with us. People usually do not realise that he is working and needs to concentrate on the boss, who can't leave the house without him. Our dog has changed our lives. Great to have a book we can give to friends and family that explain it better than we can.

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Post by REENA BEN » 18 Sep 2017, 09:48

Clear explanation by the author on activities of a service dog with examples. This give an idea for me to keep a service dog. A good review.

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Post by Oliver Ekaso » 18 Sep 2017, 14:35

Dogs can really be trained to do wonderful things, and I must say they are very intelligent. A dog never betrays it's master. I think we as humans and superior beings should learn from this book. A blind person can actually go out, walk on the streets and get back home safe, aided by a service dog. Reminds me of a movie I watched about a blind man who sold news paper with dog beside him who made sure no one stole any newspaper, or short changed the him. Dogs can indeed make wonderful companions. A wonderful book. Even more wonderful as it comes straight from the "dog's mouth".

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Post by Mjgarrison » 27 Sep 2017, 13:36

This sounds fun and informative, I'll have to get it and share it with my students. Thank you for the great review.

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Post by hepto » 04 Oct 2017, 14:16

This book will become a valuable tool for parents, teachers, and educators for the future development of the ADA culture. Educational materials do not provide necessary information to educate people, especially young children, the importance and great abilities service animals provide their handlers.Read it if you have not.

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Post by Josebrish » 07 Oct 2017, 12:31

I really don't have interest in Dogs before, but this as enlightened me to like them...

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