Service Dog Training

$7,500.00

* Price subject to change based on needs of the individual and the dog.

This program is specifically designed perfectly for people in need of a service animal. It breaks down into two different phases of training to give the highest quality and focus training to you and your dog! If you think you can benefit from having a service dog or already have been approved from your doctor then this program is for you.

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This program is specifically designed perfectly for people in need of a service animal. It breaks down into two different phases of training to give the highest quality and focus training to you and your dog! If you think you can benefit from having a service dog or already have been approved from your doctor then this program is for you.

Phase 1:

This phase of the training is specifically designed to do 2 things, focus on the obedience and the evaluation. We break down this training into a 1 month and a half process.

Physical/Exposure Evaluation
4 Basic Lessons
2 Week Board and Train

During this training we will put your dog to the test! By not only assuring the best obedience your dog can perform, but also by exposing your dog to high levels of stressful public environments ( i.e malls, airports, venues, etc. ). While the training is pressing during this phase we also will be constantly evaluating your dog to be sure he or she is the right fit for your needs. It is most important that approach this phase thoroughly as we understand severity of needs service dogs must be to perform.

Phase 2:

This phase is where we start the task training. During this phase we will start the process of training that makes your dog qualified as a service animal through the eyes of the ADA. We break this phase down to 2 portions of training to be sure we do not miss anything.

4 Basic Lessons
2 Week Board and Train
4 Basic Lessons

IMPORTANT: This program is designed off the simplest tasks needed for a dog to be qualified as a service dog through the eyes of the ADA. If you need more information on what qualifies your dog as a service animal please click the link down below:

https://adata.org/guide/service-animals-and-emotional-support-animals

This program can also be changed or altered based off the needs of training your dog may need to be able to perform as a service dog affectively for your disability. Not every dog can learn as fast as the oen perform him or her. This means the program can be shortened or prolonged based on the trainer’s discretion.

Requirements: Each disability is deferred based off the tasks needed to perform for handlers with disabilities. As there are hundreds of different forms of disabilities that service dogs can potentially help with our restrictions are made to better help the mass majority of our clients.

No dog over the age of 2
Dogs must be of average weight per their breed
No aggression (This includes food aggression, possession aggression, human or animal aggression)
No fear or tepidness. (If dog is a puppy this potentially could be waived as they can grow out of it)
For mobility training only:

      Dog must be 25 inches from paw to shoulder (https://www.petdoors.com/measure-your-pet.html)
      Dog must meet 70 pounds average weight
      Dog must have no joint or muscles injuries or alterations
      Dogs must meet the requirements listed above

* We currently have no breed restrictions. We do however have training restrictions as in some tasks will be more challenging for certain breeds than others.


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