Dogs - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much
does it cost to train a service dog?
A: Training costs vary based on each
individual client's actual needs and condition.
Q: How much do service dogs cost?
A: The cost will vary upon service desired,
location and how soon services are required.
Q: What kind of dogs make the best service
A: There are several breeds of dogs that
can assist you in a variety of ways. Our experienced
staff will be able to advise you to find a dog that best
suits your particular needs.
Q: Can a dog
be trained to alert me before I am
going to have a seizure?
A: Service Dogs can be trained for seizure
response. The bonding experience between the service dog
and companion will determine how the service dog
responds to a potential seizure and how the dog will
alert the companion.
Q: Can my dog be trained to be a service dog?
A: Your dog would have to be evaluated to
make sure your dog is able to be trained and perform the
tasks you require.
Q: Can I take my service dog any where I
A: The American Disabilities Act states
that a trained service dog can go anywhere with its
companion. This does includes movie theaters,
restaurants, buses, airplanes, school and work.
Q: Can service dogs
be trained to alert me of a
change in my blood sugar levels?
A: Yes a trained "hypo alert dog"
or diabetic service dog can be trained to help
diabetics with there blood sugar levels.
Q: Are Service Dogs allowed in hospitals?
A: Yes, trained Service Dogs are allowed in
hospitals as a matter of fact a properly trained service
dog can accompany their owners anywhere, airplanes,
restaurants, supermarket and more.