Service Dog

Basics of a Service dog:

Service Dogs help with preforming a function or task for a person that is limited by a disability.

 

Examples of Disability's:

mobility, blindness, hearing loss, seizures, diabetes, PTSD, Autism, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and more. I specialize in P.T.S.D and Autism spectrum 

 

Service dogs will have the basic commands of : sit, sit stay, down and down stay, they will walk on leash without pulling, Leave it / On by, recall, greeting. All training will be done in both the facility and on field trips

 

A Service dog can be any breed or gender as long as the temperament is right for the job you need them to preform

Therapy Dog

Basics of a Therapy dog:

Therapy dogs provide affection and comfort to those who are in hospitals, nursing homes and other facility's.

They are privately owned, having the same training as ESD (emotional Support Dog)

 

Therapy dogs will have the basic commands of : sit, sit stay, down and down stay, they will walk on leash without pulling, Leave it / On by, recall, greeting. All training will be done in both the facility and on field trips

 

Emotional Support dogs may be any breed or gender if the temperament is right for the job

E.S.A. Dog

ESD: Emotional Support Dogs help people with emotional disorders by providing comfort and support.

 

As and Emotional Support Dog they would be able to provide support for anxiety, depression, Bi-Polar disorder, panic attacks, and many other emotional and psychological conditions

 

Emotional Support dogs will have the basic commands of : sit, sit stay, down and down stay, they will walk on leash without pulling, Leave it / On by, recall, greeting. All training will be done in both the facility and on field trips

 

Emotional Support dogs may be any breed or gender if the temperament is right for the job