Do you offer service or emotional support (ESA) dog training?

do not offer specific medical service training. I can help you to have a well-mannered pup which some of my clients use as a starting point for their support dogs. There are no specific requirements for these support and ESA (which are really the same thing) other than your dog is well-mannered in public and under your control. Service dogs, as protected by the ADA, are not the same as companion dogs or emotional support dogs. I do not offer any specific task or service training to meet ADA qualifications. However, if your dog can perform two tasks that you have taught/plan to teach, and you just need good behavior to qualify for ADA, I may be able to help you.

It's important to understand that there is no official certification for companion or emotional support dogs. Be leery of companies that promise this since it is not an ADA qualification and is unregulated. There is no paperwork to prove your dog is ADA qualified. Some people chose to get these anyway. They're easily purchased online and give your dog a more official look. Yet they're unofficial and a business owner can still refuse your dog entry. The closest thing to official you can get is a letter from your doctor.

Temperament plays a significant role in your dog's ability to be a companion dog, emotional support dog, therapy dog, or an ADA qualified service dog. Though training can have some effect on a dog's genetically based temperament, it does not guarantee necessary changes. Not every dog is cut out to be a support dog.

Do you offer service or emotional support (ESA) dog training?

do not offer specific medical service training. I can help you to have a well-mannered pup which some of my clients use as a starting point for their support dogs. There are no specific requirements for these support and ESA (which are really the same thing) other than your dog is well-mannered in public and under your control. Service dogs, as protected by the ADA, are not the same as companion dogs or emotional support dogs. I do not offer any specific task or service training to meet ADA qualifications. However, if your dog can perform two tasks that you have taught/plan to teach, and you just need good behavior to qualify for ADA, I may be able to help you.

It's important to understand that there is no official certification for companion or emotional support dogs. Be leery of companies that promise this since it is not an ADA qualification and is unregulated. There is no paperwork to prove your dog is ADA qualified. Some people chose to get these anyway. They're easily purchased online and give your dog a more official look. Yet they're unofficial and a business owner can still refuse your dog entry. The closest thing to official you can get is a letter from your doctor.

Temperament plays a significant role in your dog's ability to be a companion dog, emotional support dog, therapy dog, or an ADA qualified service dog. Though training can have some effect on a dog's genetically based temperament, it does not guarantee necessary changes. Not every dog is cut out to be a support dog.

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