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Animal Planet “Dogs 101” Program Fails To Educate Public On Family Dogs Pre Biting Behavior

2012-09-26T17:42:31+00:00

Has anyone seen the cute "Best Family Dog" episode of Dogs 101 on Animal Planet? Cute Labrador Retrievers, Cute Goldens, Cute dogs all around. But did anyone happen to notice the PUGGLE almost BITE the child about 5 minutes into the program? This illustrates how clueless most people are about dog behavior and dogs protracted warning signs (signs dogs give off before they attack/bite). Someone royally failed over in the editing bay on this program. They obviously did not have a dog expert help them edit the show. What does a dog training expert like Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS see [...]

Animal Planet “Dogs 101” Program Fails To Educate Public On Family Dogs Pre Biting Behavior 2012-09-26T17:42:31+00:00

Fireworks Anxiety In Dogs – Free Puppy Dog Training Advice

2014-06-24T16:40:05+00:00

Free dog training advice to minimize your dogs fear of fireworks. Just incase you were unable to get this type of free professional state certified dog trainer techniques in our basic Seattle puppy kindergarten classes that were voted best dog & puppy trainer / training by our students this article will give you tips and tricks to reduce your dogs overall anxiety level using non-violent, positive reinforcement, training techniques. Our training classes help you set up your pet puppies personality just like that of a service dog, to be afraid of nothing!

Fireworks Anxiety In Dogs – Free Puppy Dog Training Advice 2014-06-24T16:40:05+00:00

Seattle Puppy Class Work To Eat Strategy Creates Improvisational Diabetic Alert Dogs

2012-09-25T21:27:47+00:00

Article as featured on Premier's blog. Seattle, Washington has a unique brand of dog trainer at Service Dog Academy. Nowhere else in the Pacific Northwest can people with diabetes learn to train their dogs to alert to blood sugar imbalances. As a part of Service Dog Academy staff, we work hard to get this highly specialized training to more and more people each day. Our dog training studio was founded on the principles that people with disabilities should have affordable resources to live a manageable, independent life, and to us that means being able to train your own service dog. Having [...]

Seattle Puppy Class Work To Eat Strategy Creates Improvisational Diabetic Alert Dogs 2012-09-25T21:27:47+00:00

Diabetic Alert Dog Fundamentals – Free Training Advice

2012-10-03T15:57:30+00:00

Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, owner and head trainer of the Service Dog Academy shared some of her diabetic alert dog training fundamentals in a free webinar earlier this month with attendees from all over the country. With her background in training service dogs, and seeing the effects of diabetes through personal experience and with family members, McNeight set out to make training dogs for diabetic alert accessible for everyone. Attendees from all over including Denver, San Antonio, Anaheim, Brooklyn, Michigan, Virginia, and New Jersey also got a sneak peak at Diabetic Alert Dog University - the next phase in McNeight's quest for [...]

Diabetic Alert Dog Fundamentals – Free Training Advice 2012-10-03T15:57:30+00:00

An Improvisational Dog Story

2012-10-02T03:49:33+00:00

Things were getting fuzzy for Judith at the grocery store. Her 2-year old Golden Retriever, Citka, was jumping on her, mouthing her arm, trying to pull her off the electric cart (she is safer on the floor when things get this way), and a saleswoman nearby was very upset, thinking this was a badly-behaving service dog. But there wasn't anything wrong with Citka, he was doing his job by doing everything in his power to tell Judith there was something wrong. Judith is hypoglycemic, her blood sugar was dropping rapidly, and amidst the commotion from the 80-pound dog and the saleswoman's [...]

An Improvisational Dog Story 2012-10-02T03:49:33+00:00

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

Diabetic Alert Program Featured On Komo News and At American Diabetes Association Camp

2012-10-10T14:31:57+00:00

Our hero Ian Sterling from Komo News Radio A trip to The Museum of Flight to check out the B-17 Bomber, Aluminum Overcast, turned fruitful for Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS and for KOMO Newsradio. The local news was at the museum, covering the unveiling of the bomber for its limited engagement at the museum. After talking with Mary, Ian Sterling, reporter for Komo Newsradio, became interested in The Service Dog Academy's Diabetic Alert program and the groundbreaking training programs she offers at her dog training school. Sterling recently caught up with Mary and Liame at the West Seattle Dog Training [...]

Diabetic Alert Program Featured On Komo News and At American Diabetes Association Camp 2012-10-10T14:31:57+00:00

Staff Member Enrolls in Basic Obedience, Loves It!

2011-06-10T12:18:32+00:00

Operations Manager Carrie Rubens' Dog Rondo As The Service Dog Academy's operations manager, I spent a good amount of time helping Mary prepare for her classes, stuffing Kongs, getting future students enrolled in the classes, and championing her successful positive reinforcement dog training program. At the end of the day, as staff member at a dog training school / studio, it became apparent that I needed a well-behaved dog to complete the package! I adopted my dog, Rondo, from a shelter only a month prior to our first class. I knew very little about the 4-year-old Manchester Terrier and being a [...]

Staff Member Enrolls in Basic Obedience, Loves It! 2011-06-10T12:18:32+00:00
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