SERVICES OFFERED

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Training with other dogs is a great way to work on obedience with controlled distractions. I cover all forms of obedience and work towards CGC certification. I keep pack sizes no more than 8 to a trainer so you get quality training, every time.

Give your pet a one-on-one training session that caters to their specific needs. We teach every level of obedience from basic through advanced. Each session is filled with practical information and experience using effective training techniques that work best with your furry friend. Our get togethers will last one hour and will be hands on with you taking the leash.

I follow the American's with Disabilities Act when it comes to training Service Dogs. I do require a Doctors note stating that you would benefit from a Service Dog and I will ask questions about your disability in order to better train the dog to your needs.

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GROUP CLASSES

Group Classes are taught at Julington Creek Animal Walk. I keep the pack small so each dog can have the attention they deserve. Each dog is encouraged to bring their mom and dad with them! We meet for an hour once a week and send each group home with homework!

 
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OBEDIENCE

I evaluate the dog in front of me and use the best methods for the dog and the owner.

In our Basic Level Obedience Course, I will teach you how to...

 

  • Sit

  • Down

  • Place

  • Loose leash walking

  • Heel position

  • Come When Called

  • Basic Household Manners

 

When we start our Intermediate Training we will work on the basic commands with distractions. 

 

With our Advanced Class we 

customize the sessions to the needs of the pair.

 
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WHAT IS A SERVICE DOG?

 

SERVICE DOGS AS DEFINED BY THE ADA

Service animals are defined as dogs or miniature horses that are individually trained to do work or perform a task(s) for people with disabilities. Each Service Dog is trained to the handler's needs. Not all dogs have what it takes to be a Service Dog. Therefore, I cannot guarantee each dog can give you everything you want. Emotional Support is not a task thus an Emotional Support Animal is not a Service Dog

https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm

EXAMPLES OF WORK OR TASK(S)

Some examples are

  • Retrieving Dropped Items

  • Locating items by name (keys, phone, medicine)

  • Opening/closing Doors

  • Tugging Clothing to Help With Removal (Outerwear, Socks)

  • Turning Lights On/Off

  • Deposit Garbage Into Can

  • Carry Mail From Mailbox to House

  • Deep Pressure Therapy

  • Tactile interruption

  • Mobility Support

  • Diabetic Alert/Response