Service Dogs

Service dogs play a vital role in the lives of many people around the world. These unsung heros often make it possible for people just simply live their lives. These dogs can be trained to perform tasks ranging from opening and closing doors to bring much needed medication and hitting a life alert button.

Autism Assistance dogs make it possible for an autistic child to function to function at home as well as in school. These dogs not only provide companoinship, but also the calming feeling an austic child desperatly needs.

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Police K9 Dogs

As our world seems to continually face more and more violence, dogs are becoming more and more common place in the fight against against crime at many levels. These dogs are often required to trail and take down suspects, and detect the presense of illegal drugs and explosives.

All of our dual-purpose dogs are trained in trailing, patrol, and narcotics or explosives detection. We offer German Shepherds, Dutch Shepherds, Belgium Malonois.  Other working breeds are available.  Call for more information.


Detection Dog Services

Todays parents are constantly faced with the challenge keeping their teens drug free. Our handler team gives parents the option of intereving themselves.

When businesses choose to have a canine handler team sweep their location, it sends a message to all that they are serious about battling this drug problem in the workplace.

Our detection dogs are able to detect illegal drugs, explosives, and bed bugs using a passive alert method. These dogs recieve constant training, and have a high success rate of detection.


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We offer group and private obedience classes for your dog. We keep our class size limited to 6 people so we can still offer the personal touch, and not make you feel like a number.

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Behavior Modification

Some dogs need a little extra help. Our in-kennel training program can help. We offer a basic in-kennel program for 3 weeks, and a more in-depth 6 week program for fearful and aggressive dogs.

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