Service Dog Training

I can train a Service Dog for you that meets the requirements of The Americans With Disabilities Act.

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What can a dog be trained to do? Many different tasks to assist a person with a recognized disability:

Diabetes and Seizure Alert Dogs
Alert to change in Body Scent due to the body going into distress because of change in glucose levels or the beginning of a seizure.

PTSD and Psychiatric Services Dogs

  • Alert to onset of Stress/Panic/Anxiety Symptoms
  • Control, regulate & mitigate Stress/Panic/Anxiety Attacks
  • Decrease Hyper-vigilance & Aid with Sleep
  • Alert to Startle-Reflex Triggers
  • Perform Behavior Interruption for Flashbacks, Nightmares & Night Terrors
  • Perform tasks for schedule regulation

  • Mobility Dogs
  • Provide Balance & Mobility Assistance
  • Retrieve Specific Items
  • Turn On/Off and Open/Close on Different Items

  • Hearing Alert Dogs
    Perform Hearing Alerts to:
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Alarm Clocks
  • Door Bells
  • Knock At Door
  • Car Horns
  • Emergency Vehicle Sirens
  • Someone Calling Owner’s Name