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Public Access Test Webinar

Public Access Testing¬† Service dogs don’t just happen. They are never born service dogs. Although knowing the history of a pup or young dog can guide you in choosing one likely to be up to the tasks and lifestyle of a working Service Dog, you will still have to put in the time and effort…

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Service Dogs, Emotional Support Animals, Assistance Animals and Therapy Dogs

We often receive calls or referrals from physicians and allied professionals revealing a general confusion over terms like Service Dog, Emotional Support Dog, Assistance Animal, and Therapy Dog. The terms are not interchangeable and each has a specific meaning. Service dogs fall under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and are solely used to help…

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Success in Training

Like people, dogs are each unique and have many variables affecting their training, but the most important variable is you. Your skill Your attentiveness Your consistency These three, more than anything else, determine whether or not your dogs will reach their full potential and whether or not they will even do very simple behaviors when…