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Traveling with a Service Dog: Airline Travel Part 2

2012-10-02T03:52:53+00:00

Dog obedience classes, puppy obedience positive reinforcement training classes help support people with disabilities by funding service dog training and diabetic alert dog training classes. West Seattle dog training studio presents tips and dog trainer advice on traveling with a service dog, and traveling with your pet dog. Seattle, Beacon Hill, White Center, Bellevue, Redmond, Everett, Burie

Traveling with a Service Dog: Airline Travel Part 2 2012-10-02T03:52:53+00:00

Traveling with a Service Dog: Airline Travel – Seattle Dog Training Classes

2012-10-14T13:21:51+00:00

Support for videos such as this one comes from our pet dog training program. When you choose to train with the Service Dog Academy, you are helping fund our low cost programs for people with disabilities. Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, is committed to continuing her education as a certified dog trainer and travels often - attending conferences and educational seminars all over the country. Overall, she has taken more than 40 different flights with both her current and previous service dogs and the owner and head trainer of Service Dog Academy would like to share her experience traveling on an airplane with [...]

Traveling with a Service Dog: Airline Travel – Seattle Dog Training Classes 2012-10-14T13:21:51+00:00

Support Disabled While Training Your Pet Puppy With Us

2012-10-14T13:23:08+00:00

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.

Support Disabled While Training Your Pet Puppy With Us 2012-10-14T13:23:08+00:00

Firecrackers And The 4th Of July

2014-06-24T16:33:45+00:00

Firecrackers, even like the simple ones pictured, can cause anxiety in your dog. Since I have two VERY sound sensitive dogs, I know what a pain the 4th of July can be for both human and dog alike. The lack of sleep, the pacing dogs and the ultimate fear that they might jump through the window in an attempt to get out of the house are all my daily companions in the days preceding, during and after the fourth. Here are some tips for the 4th that I have found successful in dealing with my sound sensitive service dogs. Make sure [...]

Firecrackers And The 4th Of July 2014-06-24T16:33:45+00:00

How Service Dogs Increase Independent Living

2012-10-14T13:17:10+00:00

Service Dog Academy class students during a training exercise at a local mall. Mobility and independence are human qualities that we take for granted until we no longer have them. But when physical injury or illness or mental trauma or impairment strike, the associated loses also affect self-esteem, confidence, happiness and even safety. Scientists can’t explain the human-dog bond but they do know that it circumvents the intelligence and goes straight to the heart of the matter. Now service dogs more than ever are at the forefront of healing the stress of war ravaged veterans, unlocking the minds of children with [...]

How Service Dogs Increase Independent Living 2012-10-14T13:17:10+00:00

How Dogs Learn – Seattle Style

2011-10-06T16:10:21+00:00

In May, the Service Dog Academy attended a three day dog trainer seminar in Seattle conducted by Dr. Ian Dunbar, renowned veterinarian, animal behaviorist and writer. Seattle is on the cutting-edge of dog training techniques and the Service Dog Academy is leading the pack. The three day event covered all the basics in puppy and adult dog behavior problems as well as specialized training for competition dogs. Regardless of whether you pet is just a beginner or ready for show, the predominant opinion of expert dog trainers, including the Service Dog Academy, is that too many dog owners still respond to [...]

How Dogs Learn – Seattle Style 2011-10-06T16:10:21+00:00

Adult Dog Training – 10 Professional Trainer Tips

2012-10-14T13:23:42+00:00

Has your adult dog regressed to its terrible two's? Behavior we accept in puppies such as destructive chewing, potty training accidents and separation anxiety become serious problems when our adolescence or adult dog continues or re-starts such behavior. Getting Your Attention Your adult dog's bad behavior could be boredom, depressed, loneliness or just an attempt to get your attention.  Before your attention turns to hostile discipline or you consider a permanent separation from your best animal friend, realize that just like humans our pets suffer from emotional problems too. In his own way, your dog is telling you he needs help. [...]

Adult Dog Training – 10 Professional Trainer Tips 2012-10-14T13:23:42+00:00

Best Dog Food Puzzle: The Kongsicle

2012-01-05T07:15:14+00:00

See how you can get a FREE Kong Extreme like the one featured in this video by scheduling your first training appointment today! Stop your dog's anxiety, depression and disruptive boredom with the best dog food puzzle toy recipe: the frozen Kongsicle. Kongs are nontoxic, highly durable and all natural rubber food puzzle toys. This food toy will revive the hunter in your dog and the Kongsicle will soon be your pet's favorite treat. Our pets have not gotten past the hunt, chase and gnaw stage of their evolution. When their basic instincts are denied, they reward us with constant barking, [...]

Best Dog Food Puzzle: The Kongsicle 2012-01-05T07:15:14+00:00

Educational Advancements

2011-10-06T16:09:05+00:00

Mary McNeight and her service dog Liame laughing with Dr. Ian Dunbar in one of his Seminars. The Service Dog Academy is constantly keeping up on the advancements in the science of dog training! In May of 2010 we attend Dr. Ian Dunbar's (the rock star of dog training) seminar on how to better teach our classes through the use of games. In January of 2010 we attended Clicker Expo in Portland Oregon and learned some great techniques to help us more efficiently train service dogs. Our staff also attended a class on how to train a Diabetic Alert Dogs (see [...]

Educational Advancements 2011-10-06T16:09:05+00:00
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