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A service dog is an individual trained to perform specific tasks and to work with individuals with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). According to the ADA, disabilities can be “physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disabilities.” The work of the service dog must be directly related to the handler’s disability.

Service Dog Training: Services

Step 2

After your application is submitted, we will begin the evaluation process. It does not matter if you are starting from scratch or already have a dog, we will conduct a thorough evaluation during which we will discuss your goals, budget, timeline, etc.

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Owner Assistance Training

Through this program, we will be meeting at a minimum of once a week until the dog is ready to graduate. If starting from a puppy this process takes around two years.



Fully Trained

From picking out the puppy to graduation every step of the process is done for you. Through the training process we will met on a weekly or monthly bases to discuss progress. 



Parially Trained

Puppy foundations and socailiation will be done for roughly 6 to 9 months. Then the dog will get to go home with you from which point you'll be able to join our O.A.T. program

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