ASSISTANCE: It doesn’t have to be expensive
Adding a service dog to your life will change it completely. Now you will have confidence going out in public whether it is school, work or shopping. You also add a family member and best friend. Why wait. Medication and therapy don’t always help. A fury assistant will help immediately. Assistance for adults and children. Call Now to speak to someone who can help.
Our unique training program allows you to still receive a puppy when we are complete. You may wish to continue to reinforce their training. Call for more information.
This is the logo for the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). If you click on it you will go to the ADA website that answers questions about service dogs. This is the only official website for service dogs.There are many misconceptions about Service Dogs. The truth can be found here and you can call them with any other questions as well.
(AVAILABLE) Bunny, Mini-Bernedoodle, Petite, Obedient, in basic training Extremely Loving $9400 (MORE PICS/VIDS)
(RESERVED) Oliver, Male, standard Bernedoodle, Very affectionate, Intelligent, in basic training $3900 + Training (MORE PICS)
(RESERVED) Benny, Male, Standard Bernedoodle, Sweet, Very Intelligent, In Basic Training $3900 + training (more pics)
(RESERVED) Cooper, male, mini-Bernedoodle, tri-colored, in basic training $5900 + Training (MORE PICS)
(RESERVED) Roxy, Mini-Bernedoodle, In training
208-304-3814 / Tanya@sandpointdoodles.com
We only train a small number of our puppies at a time. Our puppies are extremely calm and super intelligent.
Its important to get on our reservation list as soon as possible. What is a Prep Service Dog? Prep stands for prepared. All the beginning training is finished so they can take on further assignments. They are prepared to get to work immediately.
Basic training includes: sit, down, stay, come, walking on and off lead politely and respectful behavior loose in the home. Puppies will be completely potty trained using a doggy door. All puppy vaccinations (including rabies) and a healthy vet check will be performed.
Public work includes: Focus on polite and confident behavior when in public. Daily outings to public places such as malls, restaurants, grocery and specialty stores, downtown areas, etc. Focus on safe loading and unloading from the car, respectful car behavior, and enjoying time in the car. Polite and gentle greeting to strangers, and back to work mode. Minimizing reactions to other animals while working. Exposure to stairs, elevators and public restrooms. Starting body pressure or alert work and adding assistive devices such as canes, wheelchairs, scooters, etc.
It is recommended that specialty tasks be taught to both the dog and the owner together. If you need a service dog or just a well trained pet please call Tanya to discuss which breed would fit your needs.
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