Get to know the truth about Diabetic Alert Dogs and training them in this free webinar class attended by dog trainers and prospective medical alert dog training students all across the United States, Canada and even India! In this online video we learn if your young puppy can be trained for hypoglycemia or type 2 diabetes, how to find a high quality already trained diabetic alert dog and facts other trainers dont want you to know. This free online class was run by Mary McNeight, the owner of Washington State's top positive reinforcement medical alert dog training school.
After last years amazing success, Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS was once again chosen by the ADA to a present at a breakout stage during the 2012 American Diabetes Association's Expo. The presentation, titled Diabetic Alert Dog: Myth vs. Reality went over the myths bunked by her experience with her diabetic alert dog training classes, seminars and workshops that have seen 23 successful medical alert dogs graduate to save their owners lives. Our Diabetic Alert Dog classes that serve Type 1 & 2 diabetics and hypoglycemic students have helped take the $20,000 price tag off of the trained diabetic alert dog.
Our basic pet puppy classes which are held in our West Seattle Dog Training Studio are a great way to get your dog used to be handled in stressful situations. Our puppy class not only deals with obedience, manners, puppy play and socialization, we deal with how to make your dog a better household member by accepting petting and physical touch, even when they want to bite, nip and squirm.
Pet puppy and adult seattle dog training, socialization, manners, obedience and tricks classes in West Seattle, Beacon Hill and White Center. When you take one of our seattle dog training classes you are helping to support people with disabilities. We offer Puget Sound's premier pet puppy, adult dog and service dog training. Here is a video on how to travel with your service dog that your seattle dog training classes help support.