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Educated Canines Aiding with Disabilities (ECAD) trainers and puppies go to our AKC Meet the Breeds® function in New York Metropolis just about every calendar year. We ended up so stunned with all the things these puppies could do that we checked out just one of their teaching periods at a neighborhood New York prepare station. Laura, Bosch, Tuna and Boone and their trainers observe tugging doorways open, urgent elevator buttons, navigating stairs and far more.

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  1. I broke my knee, trying to train my dog to help me down the stairs😂 she's so sweet

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  2. I am looking for a see and eye dog and I am blind

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  3. Excellent job exiting the elevator! The dog's safety should be a top priority in day to day activities and I see that overlooked very often with service dog training.

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  4. Hi. I'm in my early teens, and I need some help. I want to become a service dog trainer when I grow up, but I want some practice and I want to know how it works. I know that kids can raise and train a puppy at their house, but my parents said that I couldn't have another dog around( we have one already). So I was wondering if there was some sort of organization where I could pick out a dog, and go a few days a week to train it. I could take it out on public outings so it gets socialized, but the dog would stay at the facility instead of my house. I was wondering if there is such a thing? Please help- I really want to train a service dog. Thanks!

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  5. I'm a quadriplegic with a manual wheelchair…. I need a service dog.

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  6. Don't yank the dog if it's looking at another dog, or wanting to go say hi to the other dog!!!!   D:

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  7. Wow, right now I have my hands full with the video course recommende by Daryl Arktrom’s website, my dog has never been so obedient. Anyway, I bookmarked this vid for later on…

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  8. This is a wonderful video. I never thought about the elevator thing and I am glad you brought it up. I guess cause I haven't had the privilege of having my service dog full time. I have an emotional support dog but you can only take them so far. She is retired now and I am thinking about having her visit places as a therapy dog because she is very loving to everyone. She would probably go home with anyone lol. Once I realized she was getting too old and a bit senile I realized I needed to get another dog. Since I have a baby I knew I'd have to start from puppy. It took me months to find a dog that was able to be a service dog that had the drive and temperament needed to be properly trained. I have PTSD so after being attacked recently I knew that if I had a big dog that people would be less likely to be confrontational with me. I don't really do anything special to provoke people I guess I'm just a jerk magnet. People can be pretty horrible for no good reason I am sure many of you know. Being confronted by people who would beg for money constantly who looked shady, not just a homeless person more like a meth addict or junkie of some sort and being attacked regularly I found myself unable to go out so much because I was afraid. Anyways, I knew that I would have to get a very large dog that was a breed great for service and could be intimidating. Luckily I finally found someone selling german shepherds at a reasonable price. They had typical looking ones and full black ones. I was thinking about a black one but I knew I would take whatever if any that were suitable to be a service dog. Somehow I found an entire litter that was good to be service dogs and not just my dog but others went on to become service dogs. Then the next step… Which one will like me?? LOL So I didn't end up with the black one I actually got the biggest and first born. I didn't care what sex or how the dog looked other than being large. He is the smartest dog I've ever had and has great temperament. He is hyper at home but when we go out he knows its time to be calm. Anyways I got him when he was 8 weeks old and he learned his first week all basic commands and by 4 months could pick things up and give them to me. Now I am trying to teach him the names of things. He just turned 6 months old and so its become time to try him out in public areas like pets stores etc. He is HUGE about 75lbs and his head goes to my waist which is what I wanted so when he has a tactical vest on I don't have to be bending over. Anyways I go into the pet store and I can take my other dog who isn't scary looking into the store off leash and no one says a thing. My dogs are trained to be able to be off leash so they can perform certain tasks. I was going into the pet store anyways to get him a new harness because he finally reached the extra large size and now can begin being taken out more often which is great which makes me feel safer. So because he is so tall and I have been teaching him to be leash trained and off leash trained to stand right next to me I just gently held his collar and went to find a good harness and something to make a handle from which I finally did. It wasn't long till I was being harassed to put him on a leash even though he was on one basically because i was holding his collar and I was about to drop 50 bucks on new gear anyways. I explained all of this and that he was a service dog because technically he already performs all of the tasks he is needed for PTSD and can pass a good samaritan test ez. I told them the law states that if the dog is trained to perform a specific task <which mine was> that required the dog to be off leash and the dog was well behaved and wasn't being a problem then it is legal for me to have him. Then the guy actually says to me he has no vest LOL I said Sir I am not required to have him a vest <I intend to get him one once he is fully grown its like $100!!>
    So after some back and forth I told him that of all places being a manager of a pet store that allowed dogs in it they should know the laws about service dogs. He said its store policy. I said well your store policy is illegal. <my dog was never out of control never made a sound and was on leash anyways> I told him you are discriminating against a disabled person! Now leave me alone! He then went away and I had to sit on the floor because no one would help me fit him for his harness <my back sucks> I am struggling to figure out these things and then someone was doing a good citizen test and kept constantly walking past me while I am fighting to put weird harnesses on my dog. After the 4th time walking by they were standing behind me and I heard her saying "Well your dog passed the other dog test" I said how about you test that on a dog barking and struggling to see the dog instead of my service dog who is trained to ignore your dog.
    Anywho, teaching a dog not to drag ppl up or down the steps has always been a big deal to me since I was 18. I have always trained them to do that just in case for some odd reason a child or elderly person is walking my dog up stairs on a leash they don't get hurt. It should be standard training imo just like sit, lay down, stay etc. Now my newest challenge. To train my dog to guard but be completely controlled which I haven't done a lot of because I never allowed any of my dogs to behave aggressively towards anything. So here I am looking for any extra good stuff to teach him. I love what you're doing and I know quite a bit about dog training and I still learned something!! The elevator seems scary. I am glad my dog wont be on a regular leash but still never know. Also I always teach my dogs their commands while using hand signals just in case I have to be quiet or in a loud crowd etc. Does anyone else do this? Its sort of a habit for me I do it naturally while training them LOL
    I really want to train him for everything pretty much and he is big enough now to reach things to learn new things. He is even so gentle with my toddler which can be found on my facebook…. He is also protective over the baby as he has growled at my bf for picking up the baby or if he is changing her and if she makes a strange sound. He has never attacked anyone but he is reaching puberty now and its time to get his testosterone under control since he is so naturally protective. I am gonna look for more videos but if anyone has any links or ideas I welcome them.

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  9. I have diabetes, arthrities, back issues and am on SSD – I have a grt pyr/st bernard I'd like to train to be my service dog but there is no place close to me 🙁 🙁 How can I go about doing this – is this something I can do on my own ?

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  10. Any dog can be a service dog . Not just labs and Golden retrievers and German Shepards . My uncle has a Rottweiler boxer mix as a service dog

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  11. I have a Mechanical Aortic Valve And have had two open heart surgeries, I have a history of high inr and very thin blood that comes on quickly and causes me to pass out. people have mentioned a service dog for my condition and I was curious how to go about that who to contact where to go what kind of dog etc! Any help would be appreciated

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  12. Thanks excellent video. Beautifully done. The best guides that I have noticed was at Brainy paws (searched google) Without a doubt the most incredible dog training tips that I have ever used.

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  13. thank you for this video. I have a well trained little guy right. he does many tasks including picking up my cane for me.my next dog I hope will be bigger like a lab.💜

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  14. There are several factors in training a dog. One place I found that successfully combines these is the Bevs Booster Guide (check it out on google) without a doubt the no.1 resource that I have ever seen.Check out all the unbelievable info .

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  15. God bless you guys.. A lot people needs an angel like these cute dogs.

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  16. that part about feeling like a burden is so true, I have nasty panic attacks caused by some meds I used to be on, plus depression which don't help, & to top it all off epilepsy. I had gotten a olde English bulldog from the pound I 1st started training & he does great for what I need but he gets to excited in public & wants to bark at everyone. I hope the schnauzer I'm getting will be better last one I had didn't bark as much 😏 LOVE WHAT YOU DO!!

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  17. I went threw Soldier best friend I served 3 tours to Iraq I joined the Us Army from 2000-2009 I went to
     Iraq 2003 , Iraq 2004-2005, Iraq 2006-2007 I suffer from PTSD I saved dukes life and he saved my life I passed the CGC Test I am fixing to take the PAT Test in January 17 my service saved my life.

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  18. Excellent video!
    I'll tell you some great hints, tricks, and strategies to help you turn your puppy into the best behaved, most happy, jogging, jumping, slipper-fetching best pal you always wanted

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  19. I have a service dog and she is amazing she goes in to stores and she is a seizure alert dog she has alerted to 2 seizures already and she is only 7 months old

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  20. I am a Service Canine Trainer, here at "Step Back", County of San Diego. Thank you so much for this video, we believe every disabled person or differently abled-regardless of financial data,has the meaningful right to their Service dog for independence, safety and security.. we wish you every success and support..
    King Ranch Resort, we have many deer groups on ranch also-Julian, CA-
    Be Well, D.A.Fitch-Access Trainer

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  21. Brings tears to my eyes. My border collie and I are learning agility and I have learned what an incredible partnership it can be. This work with people who have disabilities shows dogs at their very best. Thanks for the video

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  22. What you are doing is so awesome for both the dogs and their new owners. I wish my five year old AM Staff would calm down so that he could learn how to be a therapy animal, he loves everyone he meets, animal & human and especially children.

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  23. I TEACH OBEDIENCE AND TRICKS BUT THIS IS AWESOME JUST AWESOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  24. WONDERFUL,GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU!

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