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Service Dog Training

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Service Dogs can perform a number of duties for their handlers: they can comfort their handler during an anxiety or panic attack, they can make going out on public bearable again, they perform duties such as opening doors, lifting objects, comfort, protection, and more.

A well trained Service Dog requires an investment in training, and commitment, so consider carefully the time it takes to train your dog. Most programs requires a commitment of 1 to 2 hours per day over 6 or more months in order to create a fully dependable Service Dog.

*All Service Dogs MUST go through Basic Obedience before outings will take place.

Below is a list of some of the training that may be done for Service Dogs, and each program will be specific to the owner and their canine, so therefore we only offer private lessons to ensure each training program is maximized:

1) Dog will be trained to be calm and orderly in public places.

2) All of the behaviors learned while taking obedience classes, will be tweaked and enforced during public access training.

3) Public Access training may include: Training in shopping malls, shopping centers, restaurants, cabs, trains, buses, doctors offices, business offices, outdoor markets, festivals, movie theaters, Airports, grocery stores, etc. This will be modified based on each owners' individual needs.

4) Your dog will be certified as a Canine Good Citizen (CGC)

5) Dog will be trained to leave it and drop it. This teaches the dog that it cannot pick up anything off the ground or floor in any area.