Dynamic Dog Training trains dogs to become service dogs by learning to respond to commands, basic obedience, and skilled tasks from the owner in public and home environments.
Service dogs should demonstrate basic obedience skills by responding to voice and/or hand signals for sitting, staying in place, lying down, walking in a controlled position near the owner and coming when called to the owner.
Dogs that are trained to become service dogs must meet all of the standards for service dog training and are taught to be equally well behaved in their home.
Service dogs must be trained to perform at least one task to mitigate the owner's disability.
The client is provided with instructions to be able to meet the standards for assistance dogs.
For testing, the client will demonstrate:
That there dog can perform at least 1 skilled task.
Knowledge of acceptable training techniques.
The ability to maintain training, problem solve, and continue to train with their service dog.
Knowledge of local access laws and appropriate public behavior.
Identification of the service dog will be accomplished with a laminated ID card with a photo and names of the dog and owner. Service dogs must have current vaccination certificates as determined by their veterinarian and applicable laws.