Our Service Dog Training Program is exclusively for owners training their own service dog. We offer professional guidance and support every step of the way, from choosing a candidate to all aspects of training, including public access, service dog skills and service dog tasks. Learn more atDreamK9.com orHowToTrainYourServiceDog.com for our fully online course.
We are at the International Association of Canine Professionals conference, and sat down with our friends, Mark & Stephanie McCabe, to chat about Training Between The Ears and how it can help every dog.
We are at the International Association of Canine Professionals conference, and sat down with our friend, Suzanne Hantke, to chat about service dogs and their training.
We highly recommend your service dog pass the Public Access Test before officially becoming a service dog. The key's to "Service Dog" status are: fully trained, public access trained and test passed, CGCs passed, task trained. Can your service dog do this?
The first few months with Gypsy were tiring, and we know what we are doing! I don’t know how “regular” (not dog training professionals) do it! But, then again, they don’t have as many dogs as we do.
Potty training is one of those things that can be so frustrating and seem to take forever. Follow these steps and your puppy (or your dog!) will be house trained in no time.
What happens when you are following your trainers advice (not us!) and someone gets hurt, and you end up in front of a judge having to defend your training and your service dog?
Our guest today is Dr. Erica Boling, owner and founder of Northeast K9 Conditioning and Associate Professor at Rutgers University.
We talk about canine fitness, and why your service dog NEEDS a fitness program.
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While our webinar is on Facebook Live (on our Dream Dogz page, facebook.com/DreamK9), we share the audio with you so you don't miss anything.
In this webinar, we talk about why we got Roma when Gypsy is only 10 months old. Where we found Roma. What we started her training on right away. And so much more.
Since we start Service Puppy training at 8 weeks old, we make sure we evaluate at around 6 months old to see if the puppy should continue training and move up to SDIT.
A lot of trainers think they can train a service dog, but there is a big difference between teaching a dog for a few weeks and knowing what it is really like having a service dog. http://www.dreamk9.com/podcast09/