Nala the Service Dog Shares Tips for Service Dogs at Disney Parks!

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Credit: @helpedognala on Instagram

Disney World truly is a magical place! If you have ever visited the Disney Parks, you may have noticed that Cast Members go above and beyond to help those Guests who may need special assistance. This includes, of course, allowing service animals into the theme parks so their human counterparts can safely enjoy a day at Disney!

Related: Did You Know Service Dogs Are Cast Members Too? Meet This Magical Duo!

Disney goes to great lengths to make sure Guests can enjoy a day at the park, and that can include service animals too! One service dog is taking to TikTok to share tips and tricks with her canine counterparts on how they can enjoy a safe, fun day at Walt Disney World!

Meet our friend Nala. Nala is a service dog that accompanies her human Megan Leigh to Disney World. Yes, Nala is working when she is at Disney World, but that doesn’t mean it is all fun and no games! Recently, Nala and Megan shared some helpful tips for other Guests traveling to Walt Disney World with a service dog. They share which attractions owners and service dogs can ride together.

You can read more about Nala and Megan’s story here!

Here is the video from @helperdognala on TikTok:

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These tips and tricks for navigating attractions with a service dog are very helpful. Nala has uploaded many more video sharing tips about how she works at both Disney and Universal, so be sure to check out her TikTok for more!

If you are planning a Disney trip and are bringing your service animal with you be sure and read up on Disney policies here.

We also have a complete guide to service animals at the Disney theme parks, which is a must-read for those traveling to the parks with their service animals!

Have you brought your service animal to Disney World? Let us know in the comments!

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