SERVICE DOG SCHOOL | CALIFORNIA
Service Dog School of America located in the Sacramento, California Region is for training Service Dogs, Emotional Support Dogs, a Trainer for Service Dogs and Emotional Support Dogs. Service Dog School in California was created to provide well-trained Assistance Dogs at a lower cost, and without clients having to wait 2 to 5 years to get their service animal.
A CALIFORNIA SERVICE DOG SCHOOL.
SERVICE & EMOTIONAL SUPPORT DOGS.
NOT a 501(c) with VOLUNTEERS TRAINING DOGS.
NO WAITING 2 TO 5 YEARS FOR YOUR DOG.
OFF-LEASH OBEDIENCE. COMPARE!!!!
WE TRAIN ALL BREEDS, Get the dog you want!!!
TRAIN YOUR DOG, RESCUE or SERVICE PUPPY.
INSTANT ENROLLMENT PROCESS No Waiting!!!
Service Dog School of America NO BREED RESTRICTIONS. We can train a puppy or dog bred for service we obtain, or a rescue dog, or a dog you already own.
TRAINING TO MEET YOUR NEEDS. Have a well-trained Service Dog without paying a premium for unnecessary tasks.
Why spend $30,000 on a dog to turn off lights or to remind you to take your medication when cellphone apps are a few dollars or free?
BEHAVIORAL TRAINERS. Service Dogs trained to be pleasant, calm, friendly, loyal and loving. SDSA training focuses on temperament and quality of interactions.
AMERICA’S #1 ON & OFF-LEASH SERVICE DOG SCHOOL. There won’t be any Service Dog or Emotional Support if your dog runs down the street, or sees a dog and takes off.
Notice how almost all Service Dog School websites only show dogs on leashes. If the dogs are really trained, why are all of them on leashes? We are renowned for getting all breeds of dogs Off-Leash Obedient without using shock collars. No one has more off-leash obedient dogs they trained to show you.
Everyone has a camera on their cellphone. We are BEHAVIORAL TRAINERS specializing in Off-Leash Obedience. What you see in our photos is what you get. Tell us we are wrong, but 99% of Service Dog schools, agencies, organizations, schools, and charities do not have ANY photos of dogs they trained to be off-leash obedient on their websites. Many Service Dog schools even show dogs they say are “trained” wearing prong collars and head halter restraints.
BE CAREFUL not to buy thin air. Being a 501(c) charity or pontificating at length and pointing to authorities and State and Federal laws is different than showing dozens of dogs you trained to substantiate the efficacy of your Service Dog school. Well-meaning is different than well-qualified. In the dog training profession, like many professions, 5% of the dog trainers are getting 95% of the results. If someone was proud of their dog training, they would show dozens of dogs they trained. Either someone has photos of dogs they trained or they do not, there is no in-between.
SKIP THE BUREAUCRATIC RUNAROUND. Deal directly with the trainer for better service and lower cost. No waiting 2 to 5 years to get a dog from an agency that was “trained” by well-meaning amateur volunteers.
Service animals are sometimes referred to as assistance animals, assist animals, support animals, or helper animals.
For a person to legally qualify to have a service dog, he/she must have a disability that substantially limits his/her ability to perform at least one major life task without assistance.
To qualify as a service dog, the dog must be individually trained to perform that major life task. All breeds and sizes of dogs can be trained as service animals.
Emotional Support Animals
An emotional support animal (ESA) is a person’s pet that has been prescribed by a person’s licensed therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist (any licensed mental health professional). The animal is part of the treatment program for this person and is designed to bring comfort and minimize the negative symptoms of the person’s emotional/psychological disability.
ESAs are also sometimes referred to as comfort animals, comfort pets, or companion animals. Dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, mini-pigs, hedgehogs, and many more species may qualify as an ESA. These animals do not require specific task-training because it is the very presence of the animal that mitigates the negative symptoms associated with a person’s disorder. An ESA can be any age.
All domesticated animals may qualify as an ESA (cats, dog, mice, rabbits, birds, snakes, hedgehogs, rats, mini pigs, ferrets, etc.) and they can be any age (young puppies and kittens, too!). These animals do not need any specific task-training because their very presence mitigates the symptoms associated with a person’s psychological/emotional disability, unlike a working service dog. The only requirement is that the animal is manageable in public and does not create a nuisance in or around the home setting.
Many people confuse Therapy Animals with Service Dogs. A therapy animal is normally a dog (but can be other species) that has been obedience trained and screened for its ability to interact favorably with humans and other animals. The primary purpose of a therapy dog is to provide affection and comfort to people in hospitals, retirement homes, nursing homes, schools, hospices, disaster areas, and to people with learning difficulties.
Therapy animals may be classified into three different types:
The first (and most common) are “Therapeutic Visitation” animals. These dogs are household pets whose owners take time to visit hospitals, nursing homes, detention facilities, and rehabilitation facilities. Visitation dogs help people who have to be away from home due to mental or physical illness or court order. These people often miss their own pets, and a visit from a visitation animal can brighten the day, lift spirits, and help motivate them in their therapy or treatment with the goal of going home to see their own pets.
Animal Assisted Therapy
The second type of therapy animal is called an “Animal Assisted Therapy” animal. These animals assist physical and occupational therapists in meeting goals important to a person’s recovery. Tasks that a dog can help achieve include gaining motion in limbs, fine motor control, or regaining pet care skills for caring for pets at home. Animal Assisted Therapy animal usually work in rehabilitation facilities.
The third type of therapy animal is called a “Facility Therapy Animal”. These dogs primarily work in nursing homes and are often trained to help keep patients with Alzheimer’s disease or other mental illness from getting into trouble. They are handled by a trained member of the staff and live at the facility.
Mena has been in service dog training to be good in public so she will even behave on airplane flight.
Denio’s Auction is a famous flea market trainers go with Service Dogs In Roseville, California.
Mena sniffed all the bags for drugs and other contraband.
She found this portrait of Elvis Presley and was fascinated.
The flea market is a very colorful place to train dogs.
Mena picked out this travel bag for Niki.
Mena did perfect with people and was great off-leash.
Everyone enjoyed the doggie clothing store.
This was the most aggressive Chihuahua of them all.
What is different about the Superdog program is clients get the same results from home lessons even with mixed and small breeds, and family pets.
Mena looks like the German Shepherd that everyone wishes they had, but Superdog gets the same results with other breeds.
Mena and her friends watch the sunset and migrating birds.
It was a nice fall evening after a pleasant day in the 70’s.
Look at how good the Pit Bull “Rocco” and “Archie” the Border Collie are. They didn’t break “Down-Stay” like the German Shepherd.
You have to admit Mena is a good-looking German Shepherd though.
Mena’s new owners already have a German Shepherd male and are excited to replace the female dog they recently lost.
Mena has a great personality and is very obedient off-leash.
We had a great time delivering Mena to her new home in Colorado after she completed her service dog training with Superdog.
Sometimes things work out better than one could ever imagine. Mena did stellar in the Sacramento and Denver airports and in the cabin of the airplane. The two dogs got along fabulously and were in no time a bonded pair.
Off-Leash obedience is critical when you live at 11,000 feet. You can’t have your dogs run after deer, much less predators. A buck like this one could seriously injure or kill a dog.
Anyone can train a German Shepherd, but not everyone can get a doe and buck on “Stand-Stay.”
It was hard to give up a dog we spent so long training. Mena’s new mate “Ryny” will look out for her now and continue her training.
Integrity is what goes on when no one is looking.
Doing the right thing is a reward in itself.
Justice is about everyone getting what they deserve.
The best anyone can hope for in this life is an opportunity to love another with all their heart. Mena found her “Notebook Love” and will live happily ever after as someone’s companion and service dog.
The point of this website is that you don’t need a German Shepherd. This website has hundreds of photos of small dogs and other breeds equally as trained.
The Superdog Service Dog School is based on having a relationship with your dog, not on rewards or punishments.
It is always good to cover your bases.
Service Dog School California
Amazing behavioral results regardless of size and age. Most any dog can complete Service Dog Training in California with the right professional.
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