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This is a quick demo of what my psychiatric assistance canine, Kayenne, does for me. She’s for my diagnosed PTSD, and has been schooling for about a yr and four months. She’s in close proximity to the stop of her schooling and currently qualifies as a absolutely-qualified assistance canine underneath the ADA (Us citizens with Disabilities Act.)

For individuals that are curious, she’s a White German Shepherd combine. She was a rescue from the Humane Society, and did primary schooling with a expert, but the rest was proprietor-qualified. Remember to sense absolutely free to check with any queries you might have. 🙂

37 comments

  1. im trying to find some one who can help me proporly trian my new pup to be my ptsd service dog

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  2. I know the person in this video isn't the one to ask lol but does anyone have a psd or sd that's a chihuahua?
    I know vests are not required but I'm training my chi myself and she has the tasks for me down.
    In the USA I know a service dog in training has the same access as a service or psychiatric service dog and I need to work with her on getting used to being in stores.
    I know a vest or harness is not required but since she's a chi and I'm a large dude lol and my disability isn't easily visible I would like a vest.
    Does anyone have a good vest they recommend?
    I prefer a hot pink color and Julius k9 is kind of expensive

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  3. would you be willing to help me figure out where to go for training

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  4. what breed is she? she is gorgeous! 😀

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  5. Hi Adrienne! Where did you find the resources to train your dog? I've been looking into finding a trainer in my area, but it's fairly expensive. I'm also wondering about where you got your vest, since I know that service dogs aren't required to have vests. Thank you!!

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  6. any advice on talking to parents about getting a psychiatric service dog? I have a few issues which include anxiety and depression, and honestly I bond with animals better than my family but they aren't too keen on anything but medication. not even regular therapy.

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  7. Great job Adrienne…

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  8. These are the perfect examples. I am (hopefully) getting a dog to start to train pretty soon, most likely a puppy, because the waiting lists are VERY long for service dogs. I have depression, pretty bad anxiety and at any time can get suicidal thoughts out of nowhere. I also have unreasonable fears at night or when I am alone. I really think a PSD would help me. I was just wondering, do you have to get training from someone special? Also, do you have to 'register' your dog at a place? What do you have to do for airlines and no animal housings? The possibility of getting a PSD gives me a bit of hope for life… So I was just wondering about those few things. Thanks if there is an answer 🙂

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  9. I need one. I have complex ptsd

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  10. I'm at the very beginning my regular doctor told me I have a panic disorder, anxiety and probably c-ptsd or ptsd. How do you all go about getting a service dog are you still on meds . I have done meds since i was under 15 I'm 28 now

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  11. This is such a great video. So many people think that service dogs for psychiatric disorders are only there to provide emotional comfort. Excellent task training!

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  12. Can I ask how you went about getting the training for your dog? I know you said it was with a professional, but did you use a program or just an individual dog trainer?

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  13. I love my dog, all my dogs, even those that are gone, they have all filled a place in my heart where they will always be, however you train your dog to meet your needs is great, they are obviously here for that purpose and reason

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  14. amazing! I was wondering if you could tell me how you got her trained or how you trained her to do the grounding? Because I have PTSD and horrible panic attacks. I'm getting my dog in March and want him to be able to do that for me when I start to trigger.

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  15. Can i use this video as an example on my GOFUNDME page?

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  16. a good service dog will be interested in any physical movements

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  17. A dog is the only thing that snaps me out of a DD episode. Sometimes I go trough months of it and the dog is no help, but in a sudden episode my dog has forced herself into my face and forced me to acknowledge her, sort of bringing me out of it for a moment. It was really strange when it happened. No training on her part, but I know not all dogs respond the same way. My Lab used to bring me his toys. Bah…miss that guy.

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  18. this is so wonderful… I wish we had ppl to help with this kind of training in my area..

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  19. this is beautiful. it mad me emotional i have ptsd, anxiety, depression, and panic attacks. i think of getting a service dog soon

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  20. She's so well behaved, I'm looking into getting a service dog when I leave home (not for 2 years but I'd like to know as much as possible), and there aren't many videos that show psychiatric assistant dogs, so thank you

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  21. Yes Ozzie, you can! 🙂 As long as it doesn't interfere with their work, they can learn an unlimited amount of tricks, just for fun.

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  22. I was wondering can you teach your service dog tricks?

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  23. hi i was wondering how to teach my dog "grounding"

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  25. I have dyspraxia and possible atisim and was looking into a service dog, because  of this I self harm badly and suffer from depression too.
    However my parants won't let me, but without the dog my life is frubnlingnbefore me what should I do

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  26. Tara Fae Burke, I am also training my own service dog and I have found that Donna Hill's YouTube videos on training service dogs are excellent. She has some on settle, showing you how to get your dog to "go under" , go behind etc. She has an online training course that is great also. The first Monday in June she is going to start a class on Settle, where she will teach us how to get our dogs to settle in various situations. Her classes are reasonable and she also has a referral "plan". Where you get $5 for each person who sighs up using your name. So if you decide to give it a try, my name is Zandra Nilsen. Good luck with your service dog, they are the best thing ever in our lives! I don't know what I would do without my Koda! She's the best and I'm sure you feel that way about your own service dogs!

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  27. I have PTSD and pills don't work. I'm curious to try this but I can't afford to buy one of these dogs 🙁

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  28. When I found out I had cancer my dog would ground me when I started crying and that was without training. During chemo he would not leave my side. Dogs are amazing. He's gotten me through so much. 

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  29. yes eating disorders yes you can train a dog to do anything it can take any ware from 6 months to 2 years

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  30. Hi! My name is Sarah and I am training my dog, dover to interrupt self harm. He does not seem to get the knee-touch method, and I am struggling to teach him. He knows grounding but other than that he isn't that great. Any tips? How did you teach your dog?

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  31. Above all, you must understand your dog's behaviour plus handle your dog as the way they think if you want to put an end to the unexpected biting, chewing, digging from your dog.

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  32. It's very shameful whenever your puppy keeps jumping on people.

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  33. I am going to use this video during an informative speech today.

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  34. This is a great idea! It's amazing how many ways dogs can help with so many types of conditions! They really are Man's Best Friend!"

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  35. I have bipolar and now PTSD because I was in a EF5 tornado that spared me and killed a lot of my neighbors. It was just a tragic scenario that I never really snapped out of. I took anti depressants for a while but hated the side effects. Every now and then I have flashbacks and nightmares if I hear thunder in my sleep or am really stressed out. I am just very emotional but since getting my Labrador two months ago, I have done very well without medicine. He seems to understand my needs, just having a companion has balanced me out. I don't think my PTSD is as severe as others and so I guess I would classify him as a therapy dog? Good work though

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  36. Nice!

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