How to Get the Best Fit for Your Service Dog Vest

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Sep 9, 2014 1:03:00 PM

Every service dog owner knows that anytime that you leave the house, your dog should have a service dog vest on. This vest prevents people from asking awkward questions, and it helps others to understand that they shouldn't pet your dog while they are hard at work. Because it is so important that your dog wears its service dog vest all of the time, that vest needs to fit perfectly. That is why SitStay has come up with this guide on how to get the best fit for your service dog vest:

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Service Dog Patches for Your Diabetes Service Dog

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Aug 29, 2014 1:01:00 PM

It is no secret that diabetes is a growing problem, not just in the US, but all over the world! Although treatment has been improved in the last few years, the rates at which people are being diagnosed just keeps on growing. In fact, upwards of 30,000 people are newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes every single year. Insulin can help you to control your diabetes, but the constant highs and lows of blood sugar can lead to a variety of debilitating problems, which is why service dogs for diabetes are so miraculous. Your service dog keeps you safe and sound, thank them with one of our service dog patches.

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Only the Best Service Dog Vests for Your Service Dog

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Aug 19, 2014 12:59:00 PM

If you have a service dog, then you probably rely on them for a wide variety of things every single day. Regardless of your needs, your service dog is not only able to meet those needs, but they also provide you with an unparalleled amount of love and companionship. If you want to provide your incredible service dog with a service dog vest that is deserving of them, then a great place to start is by shopping with SitStay. 

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Service Dog Patches Let Others Know to Avoid Petting Your Dog

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Jul 31, 2014 12:56:00 PM

If you have had your service dog for any length of time, then you have probably already had the experience of others intrusively petting your dog or asking to pet your dog. Dogs are a big part of our society, and they have the reputation for being "man's best friend". So it is no wonder why so many people think that is it okay to pet your service dog. If you are looking for a great way to keep your dog from being distracted by the friendliness of strangers, then you should look into getting one of our service dog patches.

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More Than Your Typical Service Dog Vest

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Jul 9, 2014 12:53:00 PM

Do you have a service dog that you love more than anything else in the world? Are you looking for the best service dog vest in the world for your special companion? Then look no further than SitStay. We are your source for everything that you need for your service dog, whether it be vests, patches, high quality food or a nice chew toy for their breaks --we have it all. If you want something that is a little more than your typical service dog vest, then we have the perfect option for you.

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Service Dog Patches, Vests and More

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Jun 17, 2014 12:51:00 PM

Service dogs can do some pretty amazing things. From dialing 911 to guiding their blind owners, service dogs change the lives of many people all over the world. Although service dogs can do a lot for us physically, what really makes them special is the companionship that they provide. Did you know that there are actually many benefits to spending time with a dog? The following is a list of the top 3 benefits to simply being around your furry companion:

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Everything Your Service Dog Needs

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Jun 17, 2014 11:30:00 AM

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Service Dog Patches for Every Situation

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May 27, 2014 12:44:00 PM

Service dog patches have the ability to distinguish a service dog from a regular pet. They can inform others that they shouldn't pet your service dog; they can alert others that your service dog is there for seizures; they can even tell others that your service dog is still in training. There really is no better way to distinguish a service dog than with one of these handy patches. If you have been searching high and low for the best service dog patches around, then look no further!

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The Very Best Service Dog Vests

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May 12, 2014 12:37:00 PM

Last year's Boston Marathon bombing was devastating in so many ways. There were 3 people killed and 264 injured. Out of all of that turmoil there is one incredible story that involves a couple and their service dog. The couple is Patrick Downes and Jessica Kensky, and their service dog is an 80 pound black lab named Rescue. Both Jessica and Patrick lost a leg in the bombing. Rescue has helped them to recover both physically and emotionally; he keeps them going even on days when they feel like giving up.

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Change the World With Service Dog Patches

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Apr 23, 2014 12:33:00 PM

April 27th is National Pet Parents' Day, and in honor of that special day, New York Jets' wide receiver Eric Decker has been working with Veterinary Pet Insurance to change the world, one service dog at a time. They have been raising money to rescue, care for, and train service dogs for veterans who are returning from the war with disabilities. The average cost to take a dog from a shelter and provide them with the necessary training is around $25,000; Deckers Dogs has made it possible for more and more veterans to get the support that they need.

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