Role of service/pet dogs: People with disabilities
1. Role of dogs: People with disabilities
As more people increase their activities with dogs, we at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California, Davis, are gathering information to learn more about the role of dogs in the lives of people with disabilities.
This questionnaire is designed for people who have disabilities other than visual or hearing disabilities. It consists of four parts about you: health, demographics, daily activities, and experiences with Service Dogs* or pet dogs if you have them. This questionnaire is not limited to people living with dogs. Non-dog owners can also take this survey. It takes about 10-40 minutes to answer all the questions.
Your willingness to take this completely voluntary and anonymous survey is greatly appreciated. Please pass the URL (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RQYZNHC) of this survey to your friends who may be willing to participate. Thank you for your participation.
You must be over 18 years of age to take this survey.
* In this study, we use the term of “Service Dogs” as the dogs that have received specific training to assist their partners with disabilities other than visual or hearing disabilities.