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Parents of an Autistic child looking for Autism Service Dogs for sale or professionals looking to buy an Autism Therapy Dog need to prepare themselves for how cold and heartless much of the Autism Service Dog Training Industry can be.
To help you make the right decisions when buying a Autism Service Dog for sale, we created a list of questions you can use to expose The Top 10 Autism Service Dog Myths. Arm yourself with these questions when shopping for a autism service dog or autism service dog training.
Don’t forget to ask the Autism service dog schools, agencies and trainers these questions before you hand over your money, or put yourself or your child on a 2 to 10-year waiting list.
Whether your Autism Service Dog costs $18,000, $28,000 or all the way up to $65,000, you need to know what the you are getting. More important is for you to see and know what you are not getting with 99% of service dog trainers for Autism Dogs.
PREDATORS ARE FEEDING ON AUTISTIC PARENTS!!!
Autism Service Dog Training is a zero-sum game for most dog trainers. It is all about creating desire, scarcity and constantly referencing authorities to distract you from looking at glaring defiencies like the dogs are not actually trained.
1. 99% of Autism Service Dog training does not include Off-Leash Dog Training.
Imagine buying a $43,000 autism service dog and it running out in the street and getting its head run over by a car. Unless the trainer can show you dogs they trained that are off-leash obedient, they setting you up to get a dog that could die tragically the one time you drop the leash or the kids leave the door open. Peoples’ dogs die everyday in front of their owners. This is pathetic, sad and unnecessary is why we warn you what to look out for in the strongest possible terms.
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How can someone say any dog, much less an Autism Service Dog, is trained if it has not had Off-Leash Dog Training? How is a dog trained for Public Access according to the American’s with Disabilities Act if the dog is not actually trained?
BE SURE TO ASK IF THERE IS OFF-LEASH TRAINING
a. Are the autism service dogs you sell or train generally off-leash obedient?
b. I don’t want my service dog running away. Are you an off-leash trainer?
c. How come your website doesn’t show autism dogs off-leash?
d. How can you train for ADA compliance if you are not an Off-Leash Trainer?
e. How come your website has no photos of trained service dogs off-leash?
f. How come David Baron’s Superdog website has 1000’s of photos of dogs trained off-leash, but you do not?
2. A 2 to 10-year waiting list is a polite way of blowing off people who don’t have money.
The disabled who have money, or able to raise money on social media, for their Autism Service Dog move to the front of the line. Some of our competitors tell you their dogs are free, but you still have to raise $9800. Since when is $10,000 free? The reality is they are disrepecting the disabled by not providing fairness-in-dealing by giving poor people that are suffering false hope about getting a Autism Service Dog if they don’t have the money, friends or family to pay, or the energy to raise 40 grand.
How is this different than the College Cheating Scandal? Schools taking money from the rich and telling the poor that it is a level playing field. BS that money does not matter and that they are helping the disabled get Autism Service Dogs out of the goodness of their hearts.
Superdog’s Service Dog School of America™ is an example of private enterprise creating a better product that costs less money.
Superdog is America’s #1 Service Dog Brand, the only Autism Service Dog trainer offering Off-Leash Obedience trained Autism Service Dogs.
–BE SURE TO ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS BEFORE GETTING ON A 2 to 10-YEAR AUTISM SERVICE DOG WAITING LIST
a. If someone that says something is FREE, but you must pay $9800 to $45,000 for it, are they honest?
b. Why would I wait years for something I can buy and have in my possession within a few months?
c. Why would I consider doing business with someone who disrespects disabled people without means, and gives them false hope?
d. How does lying to people with autism and medical conditions improve their lives or help them?
With Superdog’s Service Dog School of America you will never have to wait over a year to get your Autism Service Dog.
3. Mostly volunteers train service dogs, not professional service dog trainers.
That’s right. Someone is living the dream, getting rich back at the office while amateur dog trainers train the Autism Dogs. There is a reason none of our Service Dog Trainer competitors have photos on their websites like we do. Superdog was America’s #1 Behavioral Trainer for decades before we started training service dogs. We train dogs for behavior so they are cooperative and obedient, on the leash and off.
Superdog is the only service dog trainer in N. America that offers off-leash obedient trained Autism Service Dogs for sale.
–BE SURE TO ASK ABOUT VOLUNTEERS DOING THE TRAINING
a. Do only professional service dog trainers interact with and train the dogs?
b. Are the trainers all full-time professionals with college degrees, or do you have volunteers training the dogs?
c. Do you actually train all the service dogs yourself and have a college degree, or do you just work in the office?
Do yourself and your service dog a favor and hire a Service Dog Trainer, not an agency that will have amateur volunteers train your dog.
4. Most Autism Service Dogs are no better trained than most pet dogs, and the disabled pay $25,000 to $45,000 for them.
Have you noticed that Superdog’s website is the only service dog trainer with 1000’s of photos of trained dogs? You are setting yourself up for major disappointment if you think that just because someone is in business and seems legitimate that you are going to get a well-trained service dog.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT. What you see in the photos of a dog trainer website is their best foot forward. A client giving a testimonial tells you nothing; people lie. A dog in a service dog vest standing next to a disabled person in a wheelchair tells you nothing either. You need to see many trained dogs in all different situations to actually tell if the dogs are trained or not.
–DEFINITELY ASK THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PRICE
a. It is a Autism Service Dog for my child, why do I have to pay $45,000 or more like it is a Seeing Eye Dog for the Blind?
b. How come the dogs on Superdog.com appear better trained and Superdog sells dogs for about $25,000?
c. How can can autism service dog trainers that do not offer off-leash obedience charge more than N. America’s only service dog trainer that teaches Off-Leash Obedience?
5. Just because it is a “Non-Profit” does not mean somebody is not making bank and getting rich.
Most non-profits are mom and pop operators paying themselves generous salaries and getting most of their expenses paid for.
The worst part is most of these 501 (c)’s not only victimize their disabled clients, but also well-meaning volunteers who think they are helping. They are helping—the owner get rich by selling service dogs and service dog training, value that was created for little or no cost by volunteers.
We hate to judge, but it sounds really dishonest to us selling somebody a service dog trained by unpaid volunteers. Superdog only has full-time trainers that have trained literally thousands of dogs over decades time.
–ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT NON-PROFITS
FACT: When you hire a service dog agency, there are administrators. You pay for all that.
a. Wouldn’t you be better off, get more value, and a better trained dog by cutting out all the middlemen and expensive employees and dealing directly with the best dog trainer?
b. Non-Profits don’t have Off-Leash trained dogs or pictures of dogs with cats, do they?
c. You are buying dog training, why not hire a trainer who can deliver the results you are looking for, save you money, and give you a much better trained dog?
6. Golden Retrievers and Labradors are not the only dogs that make good Autism Service Dogs.
You can have any kind of dog you want as a Autism Service Dog for Anxiety, but there is a reason a number of breeds are commonly mentioned, recommended or required.
Any breed can be good as a autism service dog because it is more about the individual dog’s temperament. You do not want a crackhead dog that drives you crazy with its hyper-vigilence, whining, and over-protectiveness.
7. It doesn’t take 18 months to 2 years to buy an Autism Service Dog or Autism Therapy Dog.
What they are talking about is you cannot expect the dog to be “fully-trained,” whatever that means, at least until the dog’s brain fully develops.
Also, for a Mobility Service Dog tasks such as leaniing on the dog to brace yourself cannot be done before 18 months because the dog is not developed and cannot handle the weight yet because the dog is still too young.
Service dog agencies tell you it takes a long time to justify outrageous, exhorbitant, excessive prices.
8. Just because a dog is trained to perform service dog tasks means it is trained and can be an ADA Autism Service Dog.
If your dog is bad or you do not answer the two questions correctly, they can forbid you entrance, or ask you to leave an establishment. No one cares about what tasks your service dog can perform if it creates a nuisance, disturbance or threat.
The only dogs that can be Service Dogs are Assistance Animals trained for Public Access. If the dog is not trained for Public Access, it is a pet, not a Service Dog or an Assistance Animal.
They people who buy certifications online and try to game the system to get a Autism Service Dog are missing the point. They need to leave their dog at home or in the car because it has not been trained for Public Access so it cannot be a Service Dog according to the Americans With Disabilities Act.
–ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION ABOUT TRAINING YOUR SERVICE DOG
Wouldn’t it be great to have a professionally-trained Autism Service Dog or Autism Therapy Dog and never have to worry because it is trained crazy-good, and it is a lot of fun, and you can be proud of it?
9. Your service dog can fly with you on an airplane or go anyplace you go.
10. If you pay $25,000 or $45,000+ for an Autism Service Dog or Autism Therapy Dog, your dog won’t be as trained as if you paid Superdog about $17,500.
Definitely let us know if someone is getting better results with Autism Service Dogs and we will dump what we are doing, and go work for and learn from them.
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