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       USWDä, Explore what U.S. Working Dog (USWD)ä          
can do for you.  Using exacting research and old-fashioned hard work, we provide 'Certification for Professional Animals' that can lead to exciting solutions and targeted results for the Industry / Government / Domestic Security sectors.
Our U.S. Services & Certifications include:  
CWD (Certified Working Dog) Premier Approved Animal Partners
Aviation & Marine Environs Search/Security Applications
Hazardous Environs Perimeter Stabilization Guarantee Canines
NanoAlphaä ...Containment Detection Animals
Detection of *pheromones/vine mealybug & other agricultural pest control
Hurricane Dog Specialty Rating for Hazardous Marine Environs tasks
Service Dog Partners for Supplemental Domestic Life Support / Rescue
Economic Resource Protection for Industry & Government
Guide Animals Specialized Activities Certifications
U.S. Federal Law and State Laws allow access to individuals with Guide/Service/Working Dogs and trainers to any public facility... no special provisions are necessary and any discrimination to individual/trainer is unlawful with penalties in statutes.   
The federal civil rights law, the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title III, 28 CFR Sec 36.104, defines a service animal as any animal that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability (the disability might not be visible). By law, a service animal is not considered a pet. Most service animals are dogs; they can be any breed or size, and are not legally required to wear special equipment or tags. The ADA does not require proof or “certification ”of the service dog's training. Service animals are trained to do specific tasks for the benefit of people with physical or mental impairments.
Federal (e.g., 28 CFR Sec 36.302) and state laws protect the rights of individuals with disabilities to be accompanied by their trained service animals in taxis, buses, trains, stores, restaurants, doctors' offices, schools, parks, hotels and other public places. Federal laws which protect individuals with disabilities include the ADA; the Fair Housing Amendments Act (1988); Sect. 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973); The Air Carrier Access Act (1986), and other regulations.
Also, in most states, i.e. Florida, Texas etc., any training organization/trainer will have same rights and access to all public places and facilities as in above... 'American's with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title III, 28 CFR Sec 36.104' & note: it is unlawful to ask an individual and/or trainer for documentation or request what disability the animal is' in service for'...  Note: check your local authorities as to the specific laws in your jurisdiction.

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                                                   above:Key West Dogä USWD Certified Working Dog (Service/Search/rtd chem)
Please fill in our form for information ... our annual registration fee is $860.00usd upon certification
USWD.ORG. has eliminated the form for spam reasons... email chairman @  with project code or information requests.
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