Service Animals

  • Canine Companion for Independence
    Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
  • Guide Dogs: FAQ and Etiquette
    Guide Dogs for the Blind provide enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff.
  • Service Dogs and Other Special Animal Relationships Links
    The links listed on the website explain what a service dog is and how it is distinguished from a dog that merely does good deeds. Some of the links will lead to help in locating or training service dogs, others explain the rules on access rights for people using service animals.
  • Seton Hall: Policies on Service Dogs
    At Seton Hall University it is the student’s responsibility to ensure the safety of a service animal. While legal access rights are afforded users of assistance animals, with that comes the responsibility of ensuring that the animal behaves and responds appropriately at all times in public and that the partner/handler, as a team, must adhere to the same socially accepted standards as any individual in the university community.