Service Dog Program
It's not just a vest, it's what's under the vest
Service Dog Programs
We will train you and your dog to become a certified Service Dog under the guidance of Michael's Angel Paws upon your dog passing our age and temperament test. Our 18-24 month program includes basic to advanced levels of obedience, public access skills, and skills specific to your needs. You will raise and train your own Service Dog under the direction of Michael's Angel Paws Canine Coaches. Pricing: $75/session upon acceptance
Michael's Angel Paws will guide you to finding a suitable dog that fits your needs and lifestyle. We will offer guidance in finding a pup from a breeder or rescue to qualify for Service Dog training upon passing the age and temperament test. Our 18-24 month program includes basic to advanced levels of obedience, public access skills, and skills specific to your needs. You will raise and train your own Service Dog under the direction of Michael's Angel Paws Canine Coaches. Pricing: $75/session upon acceptance
How to apply to Michael's Angel Paws?
Complete and return the application. A $75.00 non-refund application fee will be required.
Upon review of your application, our Director of Training and Development will set up a virtual meet and greet via Zoom to get to know you and your needs in order to develop a training protocol unique to your goals.
What Does Our Program Include?
Foundation for Obedience
American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen
Michael’s Angel Paws In-Training Vest
One-on-One Coaching Sessions
Virtual One-on-One Coaching Sessions Available
Task Trained for Your Specific Needs
Public Access Training and Testing
Service Dog Vest
Two Identification Cards
It's not just a vest; it's what is under the vest that counts.
We are a team of dedicated canine coaches that believe every dog is unique! Therefore, our Service Dog program is just as unique as your dog. Our goal is to provide you and your dog with a lifetime experience that gives you the freedom to live your life on your terms. The relationship between the two is what makes this mutual partnership flourish. So, as your relationship grows with your dog, we are here to support and celebrate your life achievements together.
What is a Service Dog?
According to the American Disabilities Act, service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.