Trained Service Dogs
Types of training available
Mobility Assistance Dogs
is a special type of Medical Assistance Dog primarily trained to assist their disabled handler with locomotion (defined as moving from one place to another by any means, including on foot or in a wheelchair). Mobility Dogs help people with impaired balance, gait, or coordination to safely walk or regain their footing after a fall, and they help individuals who utilize crutches or other assistive devices, including wheelchairs, gain unprecedented levels of independence, freedom and mobility.
Facility Assistance Dogs
A Facility Dog is one that is trained to be polite and well-mannered to everyone they meet. They are trained in the same manner as a service dog, though they are usually placed in nursing homes, assisted living, mental health and juvenile detention facilities.
Psychiatric service dogs
A psychiatric service dog is a specific type of service dog trained to assist their handler with a psychiatric disability or a mental disability, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder .
Cross Trained Service dogs
a dog trained specifically to the clients needs. Please contact us and we can work together to fit you with the right dog.
Skilled Companion/Therapy Dogs
a skilled companion is a well trained pet dog. We offer dogs from our breeding program that might not be the right fit for service work as skilled companions. We also offer started therapy dogs for those who are interested in volunteering and would like a dog that they can take visiting nursing homes or schools.
Financing available via PETCARD
About Program Trained Dogs
Our Red Maple program trained service dogs are raised specifically for this type of work from 8 weeks to 2 years. They are pubic access trained and we teach specific tasks relating to the need of the client. These dogs are fully vetted, spayed/neutered, micro chipped and health tested. They have completed all temperament tests and advanced obedience training required for public access. They come with lifetime support.
You must have a valid Doctors note to apply for a Service Dog
Cost $20,000 (payment plan available)
if you want a partially trained or started service dog please visit our Training Services to see other options