Medical Service Dog Training

We understand that every service dog is unique, and each client's needs are specific.
That's why we offer a personalized approach to service dog training,
ensuring that your service dog meets your individual requirements.

We offer three main types of service dog training:
Psychiatric, Mobility Assistance, and Medical Alert

Your dog will be carefully assessed to determine if it possesses the right potential
and trainable skillset required for the specific type of service dog you need.

Psychiatric Service Dog

Who is it for?
This program is designed for individuals with psychiatric disabilities, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, or other related conditions.

What's Covered?
Our training focuses on teaching the dog to perform tasks that help manage and alleviate the symptoms associated with psychiatric disabilities, including providing emotional support and creating a sense of safety.

Common Disabilities/Disorders:
Post Traumatic Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Autism, Neurodivergent Disorders, and more. 

Medical Alert

Who is it for?
This program is for individuals with medical conditions that require early detection and alert, such as diabetes, epilepsy, or severe allergies.

What's Covered?
The dog will be trained to detect specific medical conditions or impending medical events, alert the client, and respond as necessary to mitigate risks.

Common Disabilities/Disorders:
Blood Sugar Disorders / Diabetes, Blood Pressure Disorders / Heart Defects, Seizures, and more

Mobility Assistance 

Who is it for?
This program is suitable for individuals with mobility impairments, including those who use wheelchairs or have difficulty with balance and movement.

What's Covered?
Training emphasizes tasks such as retrieving items, providing balance support, and assisting with various daily activities to enhance the client's mobility and independence.

Common Disabilities/Disorders:
Mobility impairment disabilities and more.

State and Federal Requirements:

Disclaimer: All of our service dogs are trained to meet the state and federal requirements, which means that a diagnosed disability of the client is necessary to proceed with training. We will require proper documentation to confirm eligibility.

Don't Have a Dog of Your Own?

Contact us to find out more about our partnerships with organizations that offer dogs ready for service training.
Contact us at 863-345-2990 or for further information.