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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you train my pet dog to be my service dog?

Sometimes. We can assess the personality, intelligence and trainability of your dog and see if it might be possible to train them to the specific tasks that you need to assist with your disability. We can't guarantee that they will be able to be a service dog, and in this event you are still responsible for covering the costs of their training. If this is the case we can help you find a dog that will be able to meet your needs.

What is the cost of your service?

We are a private company and we work directly with our client/handlers. Many clients use platforms to raise funds for their service dog. We keep our costs lower by working with a range of dogs across various breeds and sources, which can bring costs down. We also help reduce costs by training a specific dog to specific tasks as needed by the handler. Costs vary based on the needs of the handler and the needs of the dog we are working with. Contact us for more information on costs related to your specific needs.

How are you different from other private or non-profit service dog providers?

We take a unique approach in finding and training the service dogs we work with. We look for intelligent dogs of various breeds with the right personality traits rather than focusing on specific breeds from specific breeders. This can help lower costs, increase the dogs available for service and connect dogs with handlers that would otherwise not get connected.

What is the waiting period before I can get a service dog?

We work with a limited number of clients at a time and have limited space available. Waiting times will depend on our queue and on the training needs of your specific service dog. Some dogs can be trained in a few weeks or months and others will take ongoing training for 6+ months. Please contact us for more specific information on our queue and training times.

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