Help For the Holidays!

The holidays can be stressful for everyone: buying gifts, cooking large meals, traveling, or hosting family members. In the midst of preparing the house, the car, or the family

When you see a Service Dog

WHEN YOU SEE A SERVICE DOG… you may be surprised to see a dog in a place dogs don’t normally go, like a grocery store. Service dogs are highly-skilled

When do you stop using rewards?

“When do you stop using rewards?” That’s the question everyone asks when they begin training their dog. We use rewards, such as treats, quite frequently at the beginning, rewarding

Using Your Voice

If you have a service dog, at some point someone is going to distract him. Some people are truly unaware of how much this can affect you, others will

Off-Leash Training

When it comes to training, many people feel a dog hasn’t reached a high level of training until the dog is “off-leash trained.” Off-leash training can be fun and

What is a service dog?

Service dogs are defined by the Americans with Disability Act of 1990 (ADA) as “dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.”