Dog Training Services
Obedience Dog Training
Sit, down, stay
Come / Recall
Fetch & retrieve
Extended down stay
Dog Behavior Training
Biting or nipping
Jumping up on people
Dog to dog aggression
Dog to people aggression
Charging the door
In Home Dog Training
Assistance Dog Training
Wheelchair assistance dogs, Stability assistance dogs
Stability Assistance Dogs
and Wheelchair Assistance Dogs compensate for physical
limitations by pulling wheelchairs, turning light
switches on and off, and picking up dropped or needed
A Service Dog can
change your life and allows you the freedom to do things
you never thought were possible!
The following tasks
represent what assistance dogs, wheelchair assistance dogs
and stability assistance dogs are capable of performing. Each
dog is specifically trained to their owners personal needs based on their medical condition and may or may not include the
following tasked described.
Guide dogs are trained
to maneuver visually impaired individuals around
obstacles and across streets. Hearing dogs alert the
hearing impaired to sounds that might otherwise go
undetected. Wheelchair assistance dogs also provide
emotional support for those in need.
We customize your
dog’s training to fit your personal needs!
You also have the Freedom to take your Service Dog
wherever you need – Airplanes, Restaurants,
Supermarket, even in hospitals by your bedside!
Service Dog Training
Properly trained service and assistance dogs can also
with these disabilities:
assists with Diabetes
Response Dog – Epilepsy
Wheelchair assistance dog
Assistance Dog - Post traumatic stress ( PTSD ),
Major depression, Obsessive compulsive disorder,
ADHD, Bipolar assistance, Panic attacks, Anxiety,
Social phobia, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Schizophrenia
There are not-for-profit services and assistance dog
training programs available, but most of these
wonderful organizations have a waiting list for up to 3 years.
If you or someone you love just can't wait that long,
give us a call at 1-855-885-6262 or contact
Canines 4 Hope by Email.
the Disabled One Paw At A Time"