The Times They Are A Changin


2 MORE CHANCES TO TRAIN IN PERSON After July 4th We Will No Longer Run In Person Medical Alert Dog Classes. If You Want To Work 1 on 1 With Mary McNeight, You Will Need To Register Now. Last Year I Made Less Than $10,000 Last year, in my attempt to help people train their own dogs for service work I personally made from my business, less than $10,000.  I now have $25,000 in credit card debit am driving a 12 year old car and am one [...]

The Times They Are A Changin2021-02-08T18:44:08-08:00

Ketogenic Diet Saves Life Of Service Dog Trainer


WE ARE TEACHING AGAIN IN ST. LOUIS We will be teaching our medical alert dog class in St. Louis Memorial Day Weekend May 25th-28th 2018. Registration must be completed by May 4th! How I Lost The Equivalent Of A Service Dog In Weight and... My Migraines, Neuropathy, Endometriosis, Eczema, Blood Sugar Swings and High Blood Pressure! My Before And After Pictures The Ketogenic Diet is the diet the medical profession used to keep Type 1 Diabetics alive prior to the invention of insulin.  It is currently [...]

Ketogenic Diet Saves Life Of Service Dog Trainer2018-05-16T13:59:55-07:00

Im Gonna Beat Your Ass


WE ARE COMING BACK TO SEATTLE We will be teaching our medical alert dog class in Seattle April 5th-8th 2018 in Seattle. Registration must be completed by March 29th! Proof Of Why You Should Choose An Experienced Medical Alert Service Dog Trainer Several weeks ago I put out a Medical Alert Dog Monday video where I talked about how important it is to use experienced and educated dog trainers to train your service dog.  I got tons of negative email reactions from it.  Here is the proof [...]

Im Gonna Beat Your Ass2018-03-26T00:47:53-07:00

A Testimony After Almost 3 Years Of Alerts


[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] "There is no question in my mind that he saved me."In 2015 Ross took our 4 Day Medical Alert Dog Class in Seattle with his dog Crush. 4 days ago, out of the blue, Ross calls me and recounts how his incredibly reliable medical alert dog alerted to a night time low he never expected. Ross wants to share with you how our class, his hard work and one very determined dog saved his life. Specifically how he "would not have woken up from that one" night time low. If you would like to hear his entire testimony, watch [...]

A Testimony After Almost 3 Years Of Alerts2018-01-16T20:00:37-08:00

My Dog Has Never Noticed My Blood Sugar Changes


[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] What does Pirate Mary say about teaching an old dog new tricks? Independence from Cedar Rapids Iowa has our question of the week. Independence has a 3 year old labrador who has yet to show any sign of recognizing her hypoglycemia episodes. She has been told that if her dog has not supernaturally noticed her low blood sugars in the last three years that the dog will never be able to alert to hypoglycemia. Independence wants to know if her friends advice is true. See what we have to say about this so called advice her friend has given [...]

My Dog Has Never Noticed My Blood Sugar Changes2017-10-09T14:19:52-07:00

Meet Me In St. Louis


[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] Homer, one of our Already Trained Diabetic Alert Dogs learning to focus at a football game.Service Dog Academy will once again be featured at a diabetes conference. Take Control Of Your Diabetes is having their annual conference in St. Louis this year and Service Dog Academy will have a booth at this wonderful learning opportunity. The conference includes educational presentations, a health fair and even a free lunch and snacks. If you would like to meet Mary and ask your questions about medical alert dog training you can meet us in the health fair program booths. The conference is [...]

Meet Me In St. Louis2021-02-08T19:29:07-08:00

Do I Have To Take My Service Dog With Me All The Time?


[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] Homer and Imogene, two of our Already Trained Diabetic Alert Dogs learning to focus around distractions.Rachel from Michigan has our question of the week. Rachel is interested in getting a medical alert dog for her POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome). She is interested in one of our imprinted puppies from our next litter but has a question about taking her puppy everywhere while she is in school. She wants to know if there is some sort of law or regulation that states that once you get a service dog, do you have to take it everywhere with you all [...]

Do I Have To Take My Service Dog With Me All The Time?2018-02-05T11:13:48-08:00

Socializing A Young Puppy For Service Work – My First Tip


[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] Betty Lou an 8 week old Labradoodle puppy is still available for placement as a service dog candidate.Mason from Bloomington Normal Illinois has our question of the week. Mason has just received his new puppy and knows that if he is going to train it for service work he needs to socialize it to as many people places and things as possible. But Mason is having trouble managing his puppy in environments where he needs to socialize it. He wants to know if we have any tips or tricks to help him with socialization. I'm glad you asked this [...]

Socializing A Young Puppy For Service Work – My First Tip2018-02-08T12:36:05-08:00

2 Places To Never Take A Service Dog In Training


[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] As a service dog handler who has been personally accompanied by a dog 24 hours a day 7 days a week for over eleven years, I have had just about every experience possible with a service dog right beside me. Ive been to football games and experienced the roar of a crowd as the winning touchdown has been scored, Ive been to amusement parks with two puppies in training in tow and squeezed myself and my service dog on an airplane more than 50 times. I was a newbie handler for the first several years of Liames life and [...]

2 Places To Never Take A Service Dog In Training2021-02-08T19:11:52-08:00

Christmas Labradoodle Puppies For Diabetic Alert Training


[custom_frame_center shadow="on"][/custom_frame_center] Leia is pregnant with first generation Christmas Labradoodle puppies. She is due to give birth around December 11th. This litter will be raise with the following criteria: Imprinted with diabetic alert scent from one day old (can be imprinted with migraine scent as well) Early neurological stimulation as developed by the US military's super dog program Environmental enrichment Avidog Early Scent Introduction Open Paws Minimal Mental Health Guidelines for puppies Beginning crate training Beginning potty training Chew toy training Beginning obedience training - sit, watch me, down, walking on a leash, etc Meet at least 100 people prior to [...]

Christmas Labradoodle Puppies For Diabetic Alert Training2016-11-22T11:02:56-08:00
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