Service Dogs

PRO-TRAIN Provides Service Dogs

PRO-TRAIN specially bred dogs, rescued dogs and donated dogs that meet special criteria. All dogs must be obedience trained and display excellent manners. We select only the most qualified, gifted dogs for placement with disabled individuals.

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Benefits of Owning a Service Dog

People partnered with assistance dogs develop greater self-esteem, responsibility and confidence.

A dog helps increase their independence by assisting them in accomplishing tasks which they previously could not perform alone.These dogs also increase the persons confidence and acceptance in social situations because a dog makes it easy for people to relate to that person instead of the disability.

Our Specialized Service Dog Training

PRO-TRAIN serviced dog training accepts qualified applicants from throughout the United States who are then matched with a dog that will complement their personality and specific needs. All training is done on an individual and customized basis. Costs vary depending on actual training needs.

  • HEARING DOGS – from $4000
    These dogs respond to different sounds which may include knocking, doorbell,phone ringing, alarm clock etc.
  • SERVICE DOGS – from $5000
    Can turn lights on or off,retrieve dropped objects,open and close doors,provide balance and support or pull a manual wheelchair,and perform many other tasks depending on the needs of the individual.
  • GUIDE DOGS – from $6000
    Dogs for the visually impaired can be taught to guide a person around obstacles, indicate the location of stairs, doorways, elevators and provide other functions as needed for the individual.
  • DUAL TRAINED DOGS
    These dogs can be provided for multiple disabilities or unique applications.
  • AUTISM & SEIZURE DOGS
    We also provide and train dogs for Autism and seizure response and emotional support.

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