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Service Dog/Emotional Support Training

Kim is a certified Dog trainer that specializes in training your dog to become a Service/Emotional Support dog. Kim correlates the training plan with the needs of the handler, to help create the perfect life.

Day training opportunity allows the Handler to drop off and pick up the dog

at the end of the sessions.

These day trainings gives the dogs the advance training they need to be successful, with the comfort of having their dog with them in the evening. 

Service Dog Advance Personalized Training 

Kim creates a training plan that takes the ease of the training off the shoulders of the Handler. 

Service Dog One-to-one Personalized Training

Kim creates a training plan that works side by side with the Handler. 

Emotional Support Advance Personalized Training

Kim creates a training plan that takes the ease of the training off the shoulders of the Handler.

Emotional Support- One-to-One Personalized Training

Kim creates a training plan that works side by side with the Handler.

Possible Tasks of a Service Dog

Common Alerts

*Alerting a family member or Handler. 

*Alerting for help.

*Alert and/or response to fainting or anxiety attack.

*Alert to Seizures.

*Alert to Blood sugar levels.

*Alert to heart-rate changes.

*Alert to Sounds.

         -clock alarm.

          -smoke/fire alarm.

          -door bell.

          -door knocking.

          -Phone ringing.

          -Police, Fire, and Ambulance Sirens.

*Alert for taking medication.

*Alert to Name being called.

Mobility and Stability tasks

*Assist with Grounding.

*Assist with position changes.

      -Counter balance

     -Sitting to Standing

     -Laying to Sitting

     -Standing to Sitting

*Answer door

*Retrieve items

*Guide to exit, or a door.

Environmental Actions or Tasks

*Turn on/off lights

*Open/Close Doors

* Carry items

*Block from approaching people/animals.

*Block from moving towards danger.

Interaction or Personal actions and tasks

*Deliver item to the Handler or other people.

* Find a specific person.

* Go find assistance.

*Wake Handler.

*Deep Pressure Therapy (DPT)

* Interrupt harmful behaviors.

     -Scratching

     -Skin Picking

* Crying Interruption/response.

*Interrupt freezing behaviors.

*Interrupt Panic/Anxiety attacks.

*Respond to anxious behavior.

*Lick hands/face for alert.

*Nightmare Interruption.

*Provide exiting for uncomfortable situation.

Our success stories

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Jupiter, Ready for School setting.

Jupiter is now ready to go to school with her Handler. 
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