Announcements
  • Congratulations to the teams who have passed their lessons in November!!! Triton-Lesson 3, Copper-Lesson 6, Elsie-Lesson 1, Conall-Lesson 6, Clover-Lesson 3, Scooby-Lesson 6, and Roo-Lesson 7!!!

  • Congratulations to the teams who have passed their lessons in October!! Falkor-Lesson 3, Triton-Lesson 2, Conall-Lesson 4, and Conall-Lesson 5!

  • Congratulations to the teams who have passed their lessons in September!! Padfoot-Lesson 11 and 12, Paxton-Lesson 4, Amelia-Lesson 6, Scooby-Lesson 5, Sancho-Lesson 1, Roo-Lesson 6, Cletus-Lesson 1, and Copper-Lesson 6!

  • Congratulations to the teams who have passed their lessons in August!! Koda-Lesson 1, Echo-Lesson 1, Drax- Lesson 8, Jousuke-Lesson 1, Juno-Lesson 10, Cor-Lesson 5, Chiki-Lesson 7, Clover-Lesson 2, and Luna- Lesson 12!

  • Congratulations to the teams who have passed their lessons in July!! Calum-Lesson 5, Falkor-Lesson 1, Scooby-Lesson 3, Amelia-Lesson 4, Juno-Lesson 9, Drax-Lesson 7, Gamora-Lesson 3, Clover-Lesson 1, Cor-Lesson 4, Drogo-Lesson 1, Triton-Lesson 1, Teddy-Lesson 8, Chiki-Lesson 6, Falkor-Lesson 2, Scooby-Lesson 4, Eddie-Lesson 3, and Amelia-Lesson 5!!


Medical Response Service Dogs

Puppy Raiser and pup

Medical Response Service Dogs can perform a variety of tasks that are in response to a disabilities episode. An episode could be a sudden drop or rise in blood sugar levels, vertigo, black outs, panic attacks, seizures, etc. Medical Response is not an alert but rather what the dog needs to do in response to an episode. Some task examples include:

  • Bringing Emergency Medications
  • Bringing juice or other food items for blood surgar drops
  • Getting Help from a family or household member
  • Finding an Exit