Unlocking Possibilities: Service Dog Programs Tailored to Your Needs

Different options to fit your training needs

Welcome to our service dog programs, where we understand the challenges and considerations involved in acquiring a service dog. We recognize that factors such as cost and wait time can greatly impact your journey to finding the perfect companion to assist you with your disability. That’s why we offer a range of flexible services, catering to your budget, individual circumstances, and unique needs.

Our programs are designed to empower dog owners like you to transform your beloved pet into a fully trained service dog. No prior training is required for your dog to enter our program. Our experienced trainers will guide and teach them everything they need to know, starting from basic obedience and gradually progressing to advanced skills required for their service dog role.

Choose from the following service dog programs:

Board & Train

We train your dog for you at our facility.

If you would like for us to train your dog as your service dog, we can take your dog in for Board & Train. We use science-based force-free training methods that promote confidence, reliability, and motivation to work.

No previous training required. Dogs can enroll as early as 9 months old.

Private Coaching

Learn how to train your own service dog, in-person or online.

If you would like to train your own dog as your service dog, we offer private coaching & online distance coaching. You’ll learn at your own pace, all the training techniques that we use as well as notions of dog psychology.

No previous training required. 

Group Classes

Train your own service dog with team support and camaraderie.

Learn how to identify when your dog is stressed, stop unwanted behaviors and strengthen your relationship through better communication and understanding. This comprehensive curriculum will give you all the guidance you need to successfully train your dog as your service dog. Young puppies and dogs with no previous training can enroll.

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