Why Train Your Dog With Us?
These courses are designed to produce results. Created by TJ Smith, a professional service dog trainer with over 20 years of experience. We are just as passionate when providing you results as you are passionate about having a well trained service dog to help improve your the quality of your life.
Recognized In All 50 states
Regardless of where you live, if you qualify for a service animal (have a physical or psychological disability) and your dog passes our course, then you will receive all the service animal benefits and rights.
Our online service dog training is 95% cheaper than in person training sessions and proven effective. These are the same service dog training lessons that used to cost upwards of $25,000 for in person training sessions.
Meets Airline & Housing Requirements
Yes, once your dog passes the appropriate training protocols from these courses they will qualify to fly in the cabin of a plane for free and will be exempt from pet deposits and pet rent.
Can Service Dogs Fly In The Cabin?
Service Dogs Saving You The Big Bucks
No Pet Deposit
No Pet Rent
Save $50 per month
No Airline Pet Fee
Save $125 per flight
No Doggy Daycare
Save $25 per day
Who Qualifies For A Service Dog?
Any individual receiving assistance from a dog that performs a task directly related to a physical or psychological condition may qualify for a Service Animal.
We specialize in helping you with these training categories and disabilities:
✓ Public Access Training
✓ Panic Attacks
✓ Psychiatric Service Dogs
Here are a few examples of working tasks that can be helpful:
✓ Diabetic Alert
✓ Alerting the hearing impaired
✓ Grounding skills for Autism
✓ Retrieving medical items
✓ Providing physical support
✓ Interrupting harmful behaviors
Yes, Your Dog Can Qualify!
✓ No Breed, Size or Weight Restriction
✓ Use our courses to train your dog to behave in public and to be under control of handler
✓ Use our courses to train your dog to perform working tasks
✓ Dog must be up to date with all vaccinations
✓ Temperament must be non-disruptive to the general public