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Types of Service Dogs

​When it comes to the type of Service Dogs we train the following Types.

Medical Detection/Alert:
  • ​These are dogs that help you with re-occurring medical issues. Through their assistance helps you with living an active and fulfilling life. Diabetic, Seizure, Cardiac Arrhythmia, Asthma, and more.

    This dog also can work as a DME-Carrier.
  • ​​These dogs assist with hauling and carrying medical supplies or medicine in the event you have issues. They Also carry DME-equipment that you have issues holding or lifting. O2 bottle and other DME Carrier, Medicine Supplies, Heavy Equipment and more.
​​Walking and/or Balance Assistance Dog:
  • They assist you with balance or fall recovery issues.

​​Hearing Assistance Dog:
  • ​Hearing Assistant Dog that will alert its handler with a hearing loss to sounds.​This can be telephone, doorbell, smoke alarm, crying baby and more.

​​​Mobility Assistance Dog:
  • ​Mobility Assistant Dog may retrieve items, open doors or even push buttons for its handler. Also, this Service Animal may assist people with disabilities with walking, balance and transferring from place to place.

​​and more Style of Assistance Dog:

We hope the list gives you and idea of the kind of service dogs we provide or train. Due to the outstanding service that many Guide Dog Training Organizations offer we do not train Guide Dogs (Seeing Eye Dogs) however we do work with the organizations to assist you in training.

The typical working life of a service dog is usually eight to ten years, depending on the owner's needs and preferences. This means if you "permanently" disable that means every 6 to 8 years you have to find a new Service Dog. Giving a 1 to 2 years over lap to help the old dog train the new dog.

Service dogs are free to act normally when they are not working. Typically, the animals are taught to identify work versus free time by whether or not they are wearing their gear. Exceptions to this rule may exist, such as a seizure alert dog, which must not ignore an impending seizure even when it is not wearing its gear. Nevertheless, just as with any other trained animal, working dogs must still obey commands, even when they are off-duty.

Due to the strict behavior expected from a working service dog when it is on duty, many owners will usually not permit people to pet the animal, or are reluctant to remove gear on request
(such as for security inspections.)
If you are in the need of a service dog
Contact us ASAP 949-355-7730