Service Dog Training

Service Dogs through most programs cost $30,00-$50,000 AND/OR have a waiting list of 2- 5 years... or more!

We are different.

We work exclusively with owner-trainers, from helping you choose a puppy, to basic, advanced, and off-leash training, temperament testing, public access training, service dog skills, disability related tasks, and evaluations - all with our support for life!

Your involvement is essential to this program's success. Unlike most programs, we don't have dogs trained and waiting to pair with our clients. We won’t train a dog for someone with little to no involvement from them, then send them on their way saying “good luck to you!!”...
You will be involved in every step of the training process. From finding the right dog to fit your needs, building a wonderful bond and relationship together, to training essential skills, obedience, and disability tasks for your individual needs. We can help as much as you need, or as little as you’d like.

“Wash out” rates for service dogs are very high. Most regular pet dogs don’t have what it takes to be everything a service dog needs to be… Attentive, balanced, social, confident, and of course they must WANT to do the job. If the dog doesn’t love the job, pushing them into that position won’t be fair to them or to you.

To have the best chance at finding the right dog for your situation, with the lowest wash out rate we can, we suggest finding a pup or young dog from a breeder who specializes in AND HAS PRODUCED quality service dogs. Knowing that your dog was born from generations of physically and mentally sound parents/grandparents/and so on... will help the odds that your dog will have the same qualities. Starting with a puppy can also make training easier, and wash out rates lower.
Finding the right breed, size, temperament, drive level, and care requirements for your needs is also very important.
*Do you need mobility assistance? -Your service dog must be tall enough, strong enough, and physically sound to assist you properly.
*Things retrieved for you, like medications, or your dropped keys? - It would be great if the dog liked to retrieve naturally.
*Do you or your immediate family have allergies? - A hypoallergenic dog might be a requirement for your service dog.
*Do you travel often? -Having a smaller service dog might make travel more convenient.
*How much time do you have to brush and care for your service dog? -A very fluffy, long haired service dog will take quite a bit of time everyday to keep groomed, while a short haired dog could make care quicker and easier for you.
Are you active? -Finding a dog that can keep up with you is a must!

Just because we recommend finding a dog from a breeder doesn’t mean that your mixed breed or pet dog doesn’t have what it takes to be your service dog, though it might take more time and effort. A temperament test will be the first step to determine if we can work with your pet dog, and if they have what it takes to assist you.

The first step? Get in touch with us by phone or email so we can make a plan and get started! Most service dogs are “In Training” for 2 years. That is an estimate, depending on the dog, situation, and needs that time could be less or more.
All Life Stages Service Dog Program Call For Quote
This program includes all puppy, basic, and advanced obedience training, tasks, skills, public access, evaluations, continued education, training collars, and support for life!

Our "All in One" Program is fully adjustable and customizable. Customize this Service Dog Program with Private Sessions, Day Training, and Board and Train options. Passing our Temperment Test is manditory to be accepted into this program.

This Program Includes;
Puppy Training
Crate & Potty Training
Social Skills
Name Recognition
Grooming
Nutrition
Confidence Building
Handling Skills
Stopping Puppy Nonsense
Teaching you how to communicate with your pup
NILIF
...And much more
Basic Training
Leash Skills
Good Manners
Sit, Down, Auto Sit, Place, heel
Calm on command
Focus
... And much more
Advanced/Off Leash Training
Off Leash Recall (Coming when called)
Hand Signals and Voice Commands for all commands on and off leash
Boundary Training (Dog stays close off leash)
Disability Task Training (Individual Training for your situation)
Service Dog Skills Training (Individual Training for your situation)
Public Access Training
Stores, shops, restaurants, airports, ... anywhere and everywhere
Training and Testing for;
AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC)
AKC (CGC) Advanced
AKC (CGC) Urban
Your First Public Access Test
Continued Education Classes & Pack Walks
Priority Boarding & Daycare
Training Collars
Support for LIFE
The "Step By Step" Program Call For Quote
This program includes service dog tasks, skills, public access, evaluations, continued education, and support for life!

Once your dog has graduated from one of our pet dog "Off Leash Programs," you will have access to this Service Dog specific Program (Tasks, Skills, Public access, and more)
Passing our Temperment Test is manditory to be accepted into this program.

Disability Task Training (Individual Training for your situation)
Service Dog Skills Training (Individual Training for your situation)
Public Access Training Stores, shops, restaurants, airports, ... anywhere and everywhere
Training and Testing for;
AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC)
AKC (CGC) Advanced
AKC (CGC) Urban
& Your First Public Access Test