“Veronica, thank you for training Opie. You made it easy to train her to be a dual sight and mobility service dog. You have amazing insights into the needs of your clients while taking into full consideration the needs of the dogs. I learned so much from you.”
Vivian Cheung-Spielman, MD
Professor of Pediatrics (Neurology)
Service dogs are defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act and are dogs that are specifically trained to help people with disabilities. I have a unique combination of credentials, personal experience and professional experience in the service dog industry and can help people with disabilities train a dog to assist them.
- Learn how to select a dog for service work
- Learn about the service dog training process
- Develop a training plan for a service dog candidate
- Learn whether you would benefit from a service dog
Emotional Support Animal (ESA) training
ESA’s are not the same thing as service animals and are not allowed places pets are not permitted, but are currently allowed on the cabin of a plane and in some types of no-pet housing.
- Train your ESA to have good manners in no-pet housing
- Prepare your ESA to be calm for air travel.
Socialize and train your puppy to prepare your puppy for a possible career as a service dog.