Tag: Service Dog Trainer

Various Tasks of a Service Dog

Many people are unaware of the vast abilities of service dogs.  But, hey, don’t sweat it…we’re here to help ???? The purpose of a service dog is to aid a person with disabilities and to reduce the disabled’s dependence upon human intervention.  Service dogs provide the disabled with a greater capacity to live independent, “normal”… Read more »

Service Dog Gear: The Equipment and Supplies You Need for Training

Service dogs help individuals with disabilities perform their day to day activities. Their tasks include those that provide physical, psychiatric, sensory, or intellectual assistance to those who need it. If you are working closely with a service dog, here are some of the equipment pieces that are recommended to use to help with training. Add… Read more »

Top Three Service Dog Breeds

Service Dog Trained to Aid Their Owner

Service dogs are a special type of animal, ready to provide aid in a moment’s notice, sometimes before we even realize that we need it. There are a few top qualities that a service dog exemplifies, and we’ve noticed that there are a few top breeds that excel at being a dog of service. Labrador… Read more »

The Importance of Training a Service Dog and their Responsibilities

Service Dog Responibilities to it's Owner

Service animals support an individual in areas of their life where their disabilities take over. It takes a special type of dog to learn the necessary tasks and take on that role of devotedly serving their owner and mitigating their disabilities. And it takes a special type of trainer to work with a dog to… Read more »

A Guide to the Different Types of Service Dogs

Service Dog Aiding a Blind Woman

For those with any type of disability, a service dog can be an incredible companion and guide throughout the day. While service dogs are typically associated with those who lose their sight, many people can benefit from a guide dog. However, not all dogs are qualified to become service dogs. The best type of service… Read more »