Service Dog Academy helps people find and train dogs for service work. We have helped train over 300 medical alert dogs for the following disabilities – Diabetes (both Type 1 & 2), Narcolepsy, Seizures, POTS, Migraines, Hypoglycemia, Dysautonomia, A-Fib, Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis HypoKPP, Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis HyperKPP, Incontinence and medical episodes caused by Craniocervical Instability and Chiari Malformation. Our head trainer Mary McNeight, CCS, BGS is recognized as one of the top medical alert dog trainers in the country. She has been featured as an expert by the 6000+ member dog trainer organization the Association of Professional Dog Trainers on the topic of service dogs, has been a featured speaker at the American Diabetes Association educational conferences and can frequently be seen as an expert talking on local and national news outlets on the topics of pet and service dog training. Mary has won both national and local awards for her training, is a published author, a legal expert witness for court cases and because she has utilized a service dog since 2005 is acutely aware of all of the pitfalls and problems that can come from raising your own dog for service work. Service Dog Academy can help you train your own dog. All you need is time, patience, a dog with the right temperament and working with the right experienced trainer!