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What is Self service in the food and beverage industry?

Self-service is a method of food service in which customers collect their own food from some form of service counter, in return for which they pay a lower price for the meal than they would, for example in operations offering a waiter service. In self-service operations payment for the meal is made either before the meal, for example in vending operations or after the meal as in some cafeterias.


Can 13 year olds volunteer at animal shelters?

In some of them, you can. But not like the Humane Society though. You have to be eighteen to volunteer there. But if you find just some plain old animal shelter, I am very sure you can volunteer there. Hope This Helps!!! :) Also if a animal shelter has a cat room kids can volunteer there if there is an adult supervisor but to volunteer with dogs you have to be 18. This is in most animal shelters


What are two ways you can work for the common good?

You can volunteer at a charity or do some counity service.


Can a parrot be a service animal?

No.Only dogs, and in some cases miniature horses, can be service animals.No. Only dogs, and in some cases miniature horses, can be service animals.


What are some of the jobs that dogs can do?

Service dogs, bomb sniffing, drug dogs, military/ police dogs, rescue dogs, body sniffing dogs, show dogs.


Can you take a service-dog-in-training everywhere you can take a service dog?

The American's with Disabilities Act does not apply to service dogs in training. Some states have laws which permit trainers to take service-dogs-in-training to the same places fully trained service dogs can go. However, most states require service-dogs-in-training to be accompanied by a trainer from a recognized program for training service dogs and that they carry credentials which they show on request.


Does Answers.com pay people to answer question?

Answers.com is a volunteer service. Some people like to help others.


What are some community service you can do that involve animals?

Volunteer at the local search and rescue center or animal shelter


How do you recognize a service animal?

Generallly they can be identified f they have a special harness or vest, although this is not required in all states, so service dogs must have some kind of ID indicating they are a service dog, the person they are with must also have an ID indicating they are allowed to handle service dogs/service dogs in training.


Where do you get service dogs?

You can get one from most service animal organizations, some organizations provide service animals free of charge to the client, some do not. In any case you must apply to be able to get one. Since the waiting lists are long, it is possible to train your own service dogs. It is a process recommended for dogs working with handlers with psychiatric issues such as PTSD.


How can you become a volunteer?

Except for military service, you become a volunteer by offering your services at no charge to an organization or individual. [You volunteer for military service by offering to serve, but if you are accepted, you are paid for your service.] The easiest way to volunteer is to find a non-profit organization in your area and tell them you are interested in helping out as a volunteer. These organizations depend on volunteers and are always looking for more help. Some national organizations to check out are: ASPCA, Habitat For Humanity, Local Food Banks and Big Brothers Big Sisters. If you are interested specifically in volunteering with animals, check out your local animal shelters, rescue groups and pounds.


Can a rental home deny multiple service dogs?

It depends on if the person can show disability status and possibly the state you live in. You may request documentation that the person is legally disabled (but may not pry into the particulars of their disability). If they are legally disabled (substantial impairment of one or more major life activities) they are allowed to have one or more service dogs. Some people actually use two service dogs at the same time. Some people maintain an alternate in case something happens to their main service dog. In some states service dogs in training are allowed anywhere service dogs are and thus must be allowed- it is not uncommon to have one in training while an older one works. If a medical professional writes a letter that the dogs are needed for a medical reason, under the Fair Housing Act you must allow them even if they aren't service dogs or service dogs in training. These are generally called emotional support animals.


Can service dogs be trained while living with the future owner patient?

A disabled person may train their own service dog. But check your state laws first. Not all states allow public access with a service dog in training and some only allow if you are with a professional service dog program. The ADA does not cover service dogs in training. It is suggested that all service dogs be trained to the standards of Assistance Dogs International (ADI)


Are dog pounds bad?

As a volunteer at kill shelter I can say that they are both good and bad. They are good as the dogs are out of danger that running loose can cause. But depending on the personnel at the pound they can be very bad places for dogs. If you have a staff that cares for dogs, that is the best situation. If not, like the one I volunteer at, it can be as dangerous to their longevity as running loose. Pounds in themselves are not good or bad, it is the people who run them that determines the good or bad condition's. Some dogs with medical problems they may get treatment for the first time at a well run pound, and they may get spay or neutered and make the dog much healthier as a result. But as I volunteer at a shelter that the management favors Cats over Dogs, the dogs get the dirty end of the stick when they come in.


Is there compensation for raising seeing eye dogs?

Usually not. Service Dogs in general rely on volunteers to help raise the puppies to a trainable age. Some programs pay for all vet care and feeding, while others rely on the family to it. It is not a money making industry. It relies on thousands of hours of volunteer training and care to keep the service dog affordable to the disabled recipient. The family can write off some of the expenses as a donation to the dog's charity.


Why do some Antarctic explorers come back without some of their sled dogs?

Some sled dogs die in the service of their duties, one of which is to pull loaded sleds. As the loads on sleds is decreased, the population of the dogs is similarly decreased.


Can you volunteer for animal shelters?

Some you have to work there.. Some you can volunteer. Call your local animal shelter and see if they have a volunteer program.


What are some careers that involve dogs?

Well it is quite hard to make a career out of dogs unless you are an exceptionally good dog handler. But you could volunteer at some places like Dogs Trust or walk peoples dogs for a bit of extra cash but you won't get much money if that's what you are looking for x


What are some community service acts you can do as a teen?

Go to a Senior center and help Go to a hospital and help Volunteer to help clean a park Volunteer to paint over gang tags Volunteer to help at the dog/cat shelter Help serve meals at a homeless shelter Tutor younger children


What are some names of some service animals?

Seeing eye dogs, horses, monkeys, cats snakes


Can you do volunteering work for year 10 work experience?

If you mean to substitute volunteer work for work experience I know very few employers who will take volunteer work as work experience. Usually they count paid work as experience and any volunteer work as community service. Some colleges will give credit for certain types of volunteer work, but that is about the extent of it.


What are the most unusual service animals?

The most unusual service animal is the miniature horse since only dogs and in some cases miniature horses can be service animals.


What do dogs do for their owners?

Dogs can do many things for their owners, service dogs for example can do things to aid their owner/handler which humans or technology can't. i myself have a service dog (Autism Service Dog), and he helps keep me calm when i get anxiety, or over-stimulation. others help deaf or blind people get around on their own (Guide Dogs), some even help people walk (Mobility Dogs).


What is the fastest way to receive a service dog?

Getting a service dog is not a fast process. Some schools have a waiting list 5 years long. Be very thorough on your application and do lots of research first. However, a disabled person may train their own service dog. But check your state laws first. Not all states allow public access with a service dog in training and some only allow if you are with a professional service dog program. The ADA does not cover service dogs in training. It is suggested that all service dogs be trained to standards of Assistance Dogs International (ADI).


What is the legacy of the Vietnam War?

The greatest legacy for the US is an all volunteer armed service. It may have its problems, but there are some fine young people serving today.