08/28/2013 7:56pmFor many people with disabilities, owning a service dog makes a significant difference in daily life. Dogs trained to help with tasks that some can't do for themselves are invaluable to their owners, but come at a large cost. Service dogs are not covered by insurance companies and can costs upwards of tens of thousands of dollars.
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