Service dogs refer to any type of assistance dog specifically trained to help people who have disabilities, such as visual impairment, hearing impairments, mental disorders, seizures, mobility impairment, and diabetes. Recently EveryDog Training has added a new service of Service Dog training. Nori has completed her certification of Service Dog Coaching through Cooperative Paws Service Dog Coaching program. Below outlines what SDC are capable of doing. Service dog training requires specific knowledge, skills, and education that most pet dog trainers don’t have.
Choose a Cooperative Paws Service Dog Coach
Service Dog Coaches (SDCs) are uniquely qualified to work with people with disabilities training their own service dogs.
- SDCs are accomplished professional trainers with a formal education in canine training and behavior, experience – and a track record of success.
- SDCs have completed an advanced, one-of-a-kind program that focuses on every facet of service dog training, including service dog laws, temperament selection, assistance-task training, public-access training, and working with people with disabilities.
- SDCs understand that your dog is so much more than a “tool.” SDCs follow our Code of Ethics and are committed to using science-based, positive training methods as recommended by the American Veterinary Society for Animal Behavior.
For more information on through Cooperative Paws Service Dog Coaching program please follow this link.