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Service Dogs, Outdoor Graffiti, and
Service dogs help people living with physical and other problems
More than 25,000 Americans use service dogs. Service dogs help people who are blind, in wheel chairs, and help people from falling down. Only two out of five dogs make it in the program because it is 50,000 dollars to train each dog. Each dog is taught at least 40 commands.
He marked XO along with his name on a boulder in a national park. Casey Schreiner, editor of Modern Hiker says that seeing marks at national parks is like getting punched in the gut. Graffiti is not supposed to be in nature. Graffiti was all over the place including parks, Golden Gate National Recreation Area near San Francisco, Joshua Tree ( not far from Los Angeles), Rattle snake Canyon in Joshua Tree, and on historical structures. People who work at national parks put up video cameras to see who is doing the graffiti. On April 1 Saraiva got a fine of $275.