Services

Consultations

We offer both in person and online consultations for Behavior Modification and Service Dog Prospects.

Cost Varies.

Contact us to get started.

Behavior Modification

We offer Basic to advanced LIMA based obedience training for pets and working dog prospects.

We offer hands on training through private lessons, as well as online coaching.

Cost:

$100 USD per 1 Hour Session (In Person)

$50 USD per 1 Hour Session (Online Coaching)

You may choose to pay per session, or pay for a package. (There are savings with packages.

Packages:

Basic Obedience:

6 weeks of once weekly sessions, and a run through of the A.K.C S.T.A.R Puppy, on week 6, for puppies up to 6 months.

Cost:

$500 USD ($100 savings) (In Person)

$200 USD ($100 savings) (Online Coaching)

Intermediate Obedience:

6 weeks of once weekly sessions, building on known commands, and adding more advanced commands.

Cost:

$500 USD ($100 savings) (In Person)

$200 USD ($100 savings) (Online Coaching)

Advanced Obedience:

6 weeks of once weekly sessions, building on known commands, and adding more advanced commands in preparation for the A.K.C Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test. A mock CGC is also performed on week 6.

Cost:

$500 USD ($110 savings) (In Person)

$200 USD ($110 savings) (Online Coaching)

The Trifecta Package:

18 weeks of once weekly sessions. All 3 levels of obedience included. Mock CGC test included.

Cost:

$1400 USD ($410 savings) (In Person)

$500 USD ($410 savings) (Online Coaching)

Half of payment is due when booking a package or session and the other half is due at the time of the first session.

Fill out an application to get started, today! (Application fee is deducted from payment due for services, once appointment is booked. Application fees are transferable toward any services for up to two years from the application date, but are non refundable.

Trainer Assisted Service Dog Program

We offer a unique opportunity to disabled individuals in need of a service dog. This is a Trainer Assisted Program. We help handlers that have thought about owner training, have some knowledge of dogs, or have owned dogs, and who are willing and able to participate in the training process.

We work together with the client and dog throughout the program, through hands on sessions. The dog stays in the possession and care of the client throughout the entire process. This helps to further strengthen the bond between handler and dog, which is essential when it comes to a service dog.

Dogs are task trained to mitigate the specific disabilities of the disabled handler. Training takes anywhere from one to two years. Once the dog has learned and proofed the necessary tasks needed to assist the disabled handler, and is proficient in the highest level of working obedience, they will be graduated from the program as Full Service Dogs.

There is an application process potential clients must go through. Potential clients must provide a prescription or letter of recommendation from a doctor or therapist, as well, and they must read and sign our service dog contract, if accepted into the program.

We specialize in psychiatric, autism, and mobility service dogs, but we do work with some medical response and alert dogs, as well, on a case by case basis. (When filling out the application, please explain in detail if you have a need that we do not specialize in).

Cost:

$150 USD per Hour

$300 USD per Week (3 sessions per week on avg.) ($150 savings)

$1500 USD per Month (3 sessions per week on avg.) ($300 savings)

First month's payment is due with signed contract. After that, client can choose to pay per session, weekly, or monthly.

Initial Consultation, evaluation, and temperament testing (if client has already obtained a dog they want to possibly use) are included at no additional cost, if enrolled in the program.

If client does not already have a dog, or the dog they want to use does not pass the evaluation and temperament testing, we will help the client find and obtain a prospect. There is an additional fee for this service, which will vary based on how many dogs, breeders, shelters, etc we have to work with to find the right dog for the client, that is suitable for the client's disabilities, as well as being able to pass evaluations and temperament testing. The dog will also need to be medically sound. Any fees associated with purchase of the dog will be the responsibility of the client, as well as any veterinary exams, x-rays etc that may need to be performed, and all fees associated with the above will need to be paid in full beforehand. There is also a mileage fee of 50 cents per mile, for any travel over ten miles, during the process of finding and obtaining a prospect for the client. If a dog must be shipped to the client, the client is responsible for any and all fees associated with that before it is done, as well.

To get started, follow the application process details in the link below.

Online Coaching for Service Dog Handlers

This is a coaching/mentoring program where the client will receive weekly support. Video/phone support and feedback will be provided once weekly. Any question/concerns will be addressed at this time, as well.

There will be homework assigned each week, and training progress videos will need to be submitted once weekly, as well. The application process is the same for this program as our traditional trainer assisted service dog program.

The dog must still be evaluated via video submission, by the client, to make sure the dog is suitable for service work.

This is a unique program designed for disabled individuals looking to owner train their service dog prospect, but need the additional assistance of a trainer.

We help handlers that have thought about owner training, have some knowledge of dogs, and who are willing to participate in the training process.

Clients are accepted into this program on a case by case basis, and MUST specify in the application that they wish to be considered for the online coaching program option.

Cost:

$200 USD per month

MOCK CGC Test

We offer practice Canine Good Citizen Testing (CGC) to prepare you and your dog for the actual CGC.

We are not official evaluators yet for the official A.K.C CGC test, but we will help prepare you and run through the test with you to make sure you are ready.

We will also help you find a local evaluator in your area.

We offer this both in person and by online video submission.

Cost: $10 USD

Contact us for more info below.

Public Access Test for Service Dogs

We offer Public Access Testing (PAT) to owner trainers that are interested. This test runs through several scenarios and demonstrations to test the dog's ability to perform its job, and the dog's status as a service dog, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

We offer this test both in person and online, by video submission.

PAT testing is mandatory if you are part of either of our trainer assisted programs and wish to have the graduate title as a trainer assisted service dog with our company. However, you may also contact us as an owner trainer, who is not part of one of our programs, to perform the PAT testing on your finished dog. If the dog passes, you will receive a certificate of completion and a designation into our program.

DISCLAIMER: We are not affiliated with Assistance Dogs International (ADI). This is our personal version of a PAT to determine if the dog is ready for the FULL SERVICE DOG title, as defined by the ADA.

Contact us for more info.

Sponsor A Dog

Are you someone who just wants to get involved, and help the disabled community? Do you want to help shelter animals find good homes? Now you can! You can sponsor a dog's training in the shelter. This will greatly increase a dog's chances of finding a good quality home!

Another way to get involved is to sponsor a Service Dog Team! You can pay partial or full program fees, or you can pay for individual sessions.

Still not sure how you want to help?

You can also donate training equipment, training treats, monetary donations that will go back into the business to help all of the clients and shelter animals. or you can volunteer, and help us with the training process!

Get involved today! It Takes An Army!