Service Dog Training

Corporation bought $twenty five,000 ‘service dogs’ that were actually just untrained puppies, Virginia says



Turn your dog into an Obedient, Loyal Pet In Just 5 Days

Does your Dog Bark? or Jump? Do you feel embarrassed with his behavior? Get an easy, effective Dog Training solution for him...now.

Free training Course for Dogs

TrainPetDog.com

A lawsuit, filed by Lawyer Standard Mark R. Herring in the Madison County Circuit Court, accuses the business of violating the state’s Purchaser Security Act by charging $eighteen,000 to $27,000 for three-thirty day period-outdated Labrador retriever puppies that were unable to conduct their task or even to walk correctly on leashes, reply when referred to as or continue being calm all around loud noises or new persons. Consumers were advised that they would obtain enough “scent training” guidance as a substitute, their requests for aid were frequently dismissed, the fit says.

Patreon

PayPal
paypal.me/Marygreeley

32 comments

  1. There are non profit groups that will give the trained and certified service dogs to the veterans free but there is a waiting list.

    Reply
  2. No crickets.

    Reply
  3. In past, no longer though, I've taken advantage of dumb companies like this. All you have to do is buy the service then don't pay when they don't meet their impossible promises. In this case the recipients may have to sue, but they still get their money and undoubtedly keep their dogs. I also wonder how many of these were purchased through insurance (as in free to recipient). Perhaps some people are just happy to have the "can bring dog everywhere" card. Certainly some people are indeed 100% victims in this, but likely not the majority.

    Reply
  4. $25,000×50=$1,250,00.00 ………..S.O.B'S

    Reply
  5. 18,000 for a puppy….even if it sings, congress is dumb savage thieves.

    Reply
  6. I found that service dog association are selling certifications to anyone willing to pay a few hundred dollar. They receive a certification and color and drape that says it is a service dog without any training.

    Reply
  7. Shameful.

    Reply
  8. Wow

    Reply
  9. Key word "dog" not a puppy. Babies going to work? Service dog is already grown.

    Reply
  10. Makes me sick when so called "people" do crap like this, fines and jail, but then Killary still walking free?

    Reply
  11. ON THE NAIL MARY, NO DOUBT.

    Reply
  12. Nice take advantage of the disabled for sick profit. I wonder if they could just parade the idiot naked through the streets and let people take swings at em.

    Reply
  13. A good push over the Kilauea crater into the Lava lake would be a great place

    Reply
  14. all service dog owners should have a tag or card they carry around to prove their animal is certified. Its none of our business what or why they perform for this person, we just need to know this dog IS certified! I'm so sick of miss behaving dogs being snuck into stores with the excuse that its a service dog, and those store owners too scared of a law suit to say anything! Handicapped need proof to park in a special spot for disabled people, so animals should have something too. JUST SAYING.

    Reply
  15. damn them

    Reply
  16. My dad was a blinded WWII vet . He told me this joke : A blind man with a seeing eye dog approached a crossing. Just as the man stepped off the curb a bus came rushing by and the man jumped back . Once upon the curb the blind man reached down and petted the dog . An onlooker , that had seen the whole event transpire, ask Why are you petting the dog , he almost got you killed ! The blind man answered , I'm just trying to know which end to kick !

    Reply
  17. It’s an epidemic I see it all the time untrained dogs in Walmart and other places the animals look like they were chained in the back yard before they went out sick

    Reply
  18. I say off with their heads!

    Reply
  19. That's just lower than low.

    Reply
  20. If you pay that much for a service dog and don't make sure of what you are getting in person then you kind of deserve it. Stop enabling yourselves to be victims in ways that can be prevented.
    It's to the point that I don't want to know anymore.

    Reply
  21. Sanctions fees restitution AND hot coals! grrr. 💜💜💜🙏

    Reply
  22. I hope the Law throws the book at these Bums and throws away the key. Mary remember the pic of my wife and our white Maltese dog? That is her service dog we bought for $800 but he's not trained but he knows exactly what to do when my wife has a PTSD episode just like if he had been trained to claim her down. He lays by her head and won't leave her till she feels better. He is truly an amazing that Bonbon

    Reply
  23. Regardless,,, you should never pick out a dog,,,. The dog is supposed to pick you,,,. Over 75% of the dogs,, hate their owner,,. !!!

    Reply
  24. I hope the people are able to retrieve the money back..shame on these rip offs.

    Reply
  25. Agree with you Mary, shame on anyone who takes advantaged of the most vulnerable

    Reply
  26. People who use service dogs need them and this is just wrong. The price of a service dog is too high anyway. Have to find certified trainers and look into them. This is disgraceful. I think the service dog people who are honest do a great job of training. Like anything else, corruption enters in and makes all of them look bad and untrustworthy.

    Reply
  27. This is great information Mary thank you I am a disabled veteran and they are wanting me to get a service dog unfortunately where I live in southeast Idaho that's hard to find anybody it provide service dogs for veterans

    Reply
  28. share all your post awesome job you are doing, and this is so wrong

    Reply
  29. Consumers have got to be more diligent in their research

    Reply
  30. So sad!We trained our pit bull to be my husband's PTSD champion, thus company gives those who do have trained service animals a bad name…and for the cost of thousands is just sickening, I'd train them for a small fee as those who are in need deserve them, and not be ripped off! Throw the book at all involved.

    Reply
  31. Buyer beware. 50 customers X $25,000 = $1,250,000.

    Reply
  32. Sue them my service dog was trained from 4 months to two years by certified service dog trainers yes it take up to three years to make your dog a verified service dog passing numerous tests until certified. .. omg sue them.

    Reply

Leave a Reply