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At Disability Assistance Dogs, our experienced trainers help owners with disabilities to train their pet dogs to assist them in day to day life. We do not provide trained dogs.

We are able to help with the training of Epilepsy Alert & Response dogs, Diabetes Alert dogs, Mobility Assistance dogs and Allergen Alert dogs.

Before task training and public access training can begin, dogs must be fully house trained and have an obedience level of at least that required to pass the Kennel Club Bronze Good Citizen Award.

Training your dog to become an assistance dog requires consistency, hard work and a lot of time, and training must be maintained throughout the dog's lifetime to maintain high behavioural standards.

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