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Tiffany Huggard-Lee -Tiffany Huggard-Lee is an advocate for the rights of people with disabilities and consultant on accessibility and service animal issues. Tiffany is working on establishing her own service dog training school, Argos Working Dogs. Argos Working Dogs is established in the belief that service dog schools should focus on the needs of the consumer with an emphasis on the provision of highly trained dogs to qualified handlers.
Tiffany currently holds an EMT-Basic license in Missouri and Advanced Disaster Life Support certification. Tiffany speaks and blogs on topics including the training and use of service dogs, social implications of disability, the inclusion of people with disabilities in disaster planning, and legislation that affects service animal users.