Service Dog & Specialty Classes
Special Events

Service Dog Training (Public Access)
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Service animals are animals that are individually trained to perform tasks for people with disabilities.Service animals are working animals, not pets.

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), businesses and organizations that serve the public must allow people with disabilities to bring their service animals into all areas of the facility where customers are normally allowed to go. This federal law applies to all businesses open to the public.We help our handlers and dogs to meet the ADI Standards for Assistance Dogs in Public including:

      Training: perform at least 3 tasks to mitigate client's disability

     •  Public Appropriateness: grooming, health, hygiene

     •  Behavior: no solicitation, aggression, or other obtrusive behavior




Shape your pup's future by enrolling in our STAR Puppy class.

Even rescue dogs can earn a Canine Good Citizen Title.

Disaster Response Therapy Dogs -
Coming Soon
Disaster Response Therapy Dog teams assist disaster relief organizations by offering comfort to workers and victims. These trained dog and handler teams help calm those who suffer mental and physical fatigue during a real emergency.

Specialty Classes - Just for the Fun of It!  (call for details)
 You and your dog have worked hard at learning the necessary skills.
  Now is the time to try your hands and paws at some fun activities:

 •Tricks & Treats   •Agility Fun  • Barrel Racing  &   •Treibball  

Seminars - Diabetic Alert Dog
Coming to San Diego August 24-25.  Space limited
Did you know that there is a 2 year wait list for a diabetic alert dog? We want to help fill the void. The seminar will be of interest to trainers, breeders, diabetic clinicians, and diabetic patients and families.  

Private Training -
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Behavior Consultations -
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*A Certified Professional Dog Trainer—Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA) can help you with problem behaviors using science-based methods based on  humane techniques.


Help Animals in Need through your local shelter or rescue group - there are many ways to help: volunteer, foster, adopt, sponsor and donate money and supplies. 




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