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Service dogs perform specific tasks or behaviours to help people with visible and non-visible disabilities such as epilepsy, PTSD, diabetes or mobility limitations. Guide dogs support people with low or no vision by navigating around obstacles, finding bus stops and elevators, and similar tasks. Both guide dogs and service dogs are trained and tested to ensure safety in public. By law, qualified guide and service dog teams have the right to access any location where the public is allowed.
For businesses and organizations
Supports for service dogs organizations
Apply to become a qualified service dog organization or get funding to help improve access to qualified service dogs for Albertans.
Service Dogs Decal
Show your business is welcoming and inclusive towards people with disabilities and service dogs by placing a Government of Alberta Service Dog Decal on your door or window.
To request a decal, contact the Service Dog Assessment Team:
Video: Service dogs at work in Alberta
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