Clifford is a fully trained mobility assistance service dog living in Willoughby, Ohio. Clifford's tasks include picking up dropped objects, opening handicap doors, pushing crosswalk buttons, walking next to wheelchairs and crutches, and picking up his handler's crutches when she drops them. He was placed in July, 2020.
Jetson was trained as a seizure response service dog for a young boy. Here is a video showing how we taught Jetson to bark when his boy has a seizure to get the attention and help of parents and teachers. Jetson was taught to bark until someone praises him or tells him to be quiet.
Odin is a fully trained peanut allergy detection service dog living in Grants Pass, Oregon. Odin's owner is severely allergic to peanuts, so Odin searches rooms and public spaces for any trace of peanuts to keep David safe and out of the hospital. Odin graduated as a fully trained service dog in August, 2017.
Daisy is a fully trained psychiatric and medical response service dog living in Wasilla, Alaska. Daisy's owner has severe anxiety resulting in panic attacks and fainting. Daisy is trained to interrupt signs of anxiety to prevent panic attacks, and to give her owner deep pressure therapy if she faints. She was placed in January, 2020.
Shorty is a fully trained PTSD service dog living in New York City, NY. A lot of specialized training went into preparing Shorty for the chaos of NYC and tasks to help her handler. Shorty is task trained to respond do her person's signs of anxiety, create space between her handler and others out in public, and to give Deep Pressure Therapy when needed. Shorty was placed in March, 2021.
Glacier is a fully trained Mobility Assistance service dog living in Fairbanks, AK. Here Glacier takes the ADI Public Access Test, the minimum behavior standard for all service dogs out in public. All of our dogs are required to pass this test in order to graduate our program. Glacier was placed in April, 2021.