This is only Angelina’s 5th lesson, EVER! She is a little hotshot, and so can your dog be!
Creek is a lovely, intelligent, earnest boy, and he is learning here to temper his enthusiasm with restraint – and get what he wants in the end!
Here are some short clips of jet doing a few thing he has learned how to do to in order to become a Service Dog.
Yes, Phoenix has been trained to take the pillows and sheets off the bed. This is to aid a person in doing a chore that cannot, for whatever reason, do by themselves anymore. I think this is a good thing to teach any dog if you are like my and like to have an extra hand around the home, but I digress.
Just click the link and watch Phoenix in some sheet changing action.
As an aspiring photographer, I have decided to use my talent to aid those in need of a service dog. For the past few years, I have been working with ‘Marj the Dog Trainer’ and ‘Glad Wags Service Dogs’. Marj is a well-known dog trainer with over 39 years of experience in training service dogs. We have found that those in need of a service dog also require assistance with raising the cost of getting… their trained according to their specific needs. When it comes to a service dog, training is anything but basic. During the training program, a lot of time and money goes into getting one appropriately trained for the person and their needs. In some cases, the service dogs are trained for at least 2 years before they leave go their new homes.
Here are some types of service dogs:
- · Seizure alert dog
- · Autism Service Dogs
- · Hearing Dogs
- · Mobility Dogs
- · PTSD Service Dog
- · Diabetes / Diabetic Alert Dog / Hypo Alert Dog
- · Narcolepsy Alert Dog
- · Migraine Alert Dog
If you need an updated family photo or a great quality picture of your four legged friends, just send me a message and I will respond back promptly.
All proceeds will go towards the Service Dogs training program.
Please support me in this cause.
Thank you all so much! To find out more, find me on Facebook at Rescue 4 Service!