Dont Make My Mistake When Training Your Medical Alert Dog Labradoodle Puppy

//Dont Make My Mistake When Training Your Medical Alert Dog Labradoodle Puppy


We will be teaching our LAST in person medical alert dog class over July 4th Weekend. Registration must be completed by June 2nd!

Don’t Make The Mistake I Made While Training My Own Puppy For Medical Alert Work

Byron from Indiana has our question of the week.  Byron has narcolepsy and wants to train his own dog.  He may be interested in one of our imprinted puppy litters so he can start with the best dog possible to ensure his success in training his own dog.  He wants to know if we have any quick and simple tricks we can tell him to help his dog become a confident puppy who enjoys his job and is happy being in the public.  When I answer this question, you are gone to hear some raw bitter truth Ive been scared to share and how it almost ruined two of my service dog candidates.  See what my tip is and how you can prevent from making the same mistake in this weeks Medical Alert Dog Monday video.

So what do you think of our answer?   Do you think I should have shared how my negativity almost ruined my dogs chances of becoming happy, healthy, public accessible service dogs?  Do you think this tip will help you?


Matilda is a trained POTS alert dog. She is a Labradoodle from our first Imprinted Puppy Puppy Litter. Find out how you can get a puppy like her to train for your child.



  1. Vickie Tompkins May 21, 2018 at 10:35 pm

    You said you weren’t going to have classes any longer. Will you still be helping online or by phone. I was very lucky to have gotten this wonderful dog. She just needed to be tightened up and you helped get her more sensitive. I hope you can help me when I can’t get her where I need her through social media

  2. McNeight, CCS, BGS May 22, 2018 at 12:40 am

    You, like many others, have been on my email list for YEARS, I count at least 3, and still havent attended a class or purchased a product from me. I cannot continue to offer resources to people who will not purchase products from me. Im literally going broke trying to do so. No one gets my knowledge if I have to give up my business to work at Walmart. The thing of it is, if you really want to attend a class, do the work involved to do so. Have a local bowl a thon, ask your local church for funds, do a bake sale, create a go fund me page, sell tshirts, do what you have to to be able to attend a class. That is what people who purchase dogs do. They make things happen. They want it so desperately they are willing to basically sell everything they have in order to be able to have a medical alert dog. This is the type of student I now have to spend my time on. Im going BROKE trying to help people who are not willing to sacrifice and scrimp and save and do the work necessary to help themselves. I will not do it anymore. If you really wanted to work with me, you would make it happen, YOU CAN DO IT, it just takes time and effort.

  3. Hellana LaRosa May 22, 2018 at 5:04 am

    I just want to thank you for providing videos that I used to train my diabetes alert dog. I adopted an adult Pomeranian two years ago. At that time, he was calm, but had no training. Using your videos (which I did pay for) and other online information, I was able to train Peluche (my dog) to alert me to my low blood sugar. Two years later, my HA1C is the best that it has ever been! Peluche is MUCH more accurate than my Dexcom G5. I never could have trained Peluche if I hadn’t learned how to train from you. Your knowledge has improved my life. Peluche travels with me on an airplane or by car several times a year. I have been told repeatedly how well behaved he is. Your work is very important. Thank you very much.

  4. McNeight, CCS, BGS May 22, 2018 at 1:57 pm

    Im so glad to hear that the video series worked for you. Congrats! I dont have the hard job as a teacher, you have the hard job of actually doing the work. If you put in the effort, you are walking, living, working proof you can accomplish anything. Congrats!

    I so desperately want to continue helping the marginalized in the diabetic alert dog community, but if I dont change my focus of my business, Im going to marginalize myself out of existence.

  5. Tabitha May 22, 2018 at 2:28 pm

    I am just looking into this. I have read that dogs can alert you to migraine attacks. Research is showing migraines may be a form of seizure. Mine are severe enough that it caused me a stroke. So, is it possible to train a dog for just I alert type issues? Also, what do you mean imprinting? Is a two year old too old to train?

  6. McNeight, CCS, BGS May 22, 2018 at 7:35 pm

    A two year old is not too old to train for migraine alert. I just will no longer be doing in person classes after the July 4th weekend and will be instead focusing my time on the already trained dog program and support for people who purchase imprinted puppies from me. So if you want to learn migraine alert dog training from me in person, you will need to enroll in this last class.

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