Service dogs are more than just companions – they’re life partners. The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) defines them as: dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. A service dog is always ready to act, whether there’s loud noises, busy crowds, energetic children, or some of the best smelling food around. A properly trained service dog must be able to ignore all distractions to aid you in your time of need.
I will work with you to find a puppy or dog with the right temperament suitable to your needs. If you already have a dog that you’d like to train to be a service dog, we’ll work together and see if your companion has the capacity to perform those highly skilled tasks required.
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Please note: your dog will be staying by your side throughout the duration of this training. There’s no better way to ensure that you can form a strong, functional bond.