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We start by carefully selecting our parents for their loving, cuddly personalities, who want to please their owners and are loyal and obedient. We make sure they are physically and mentally healthy. Our dogs bond very closely to their people, and have proven to be excellent candidates for Service Dogs for individuals with PTSD, TBI, Anxiety Disorders, and Seizures.


Next, our puppies are raised by a professional trainer as service dog candidates. Most behavioral problems like shyness, aggression, and housebreaking issues start in puppy hood. By using both modern techniques and time proven methods, we can help our dogs avoid these issues. We’ve witnessed too many dogs that are “afraid of men” or “can’t walk on tile”, when we know these problems could have been avoided with just a little effort in the dogs early life. Because dogs are living, changing individuals, we can’t guarantee these problems will never occur, but we can do everything possible to prevent them, and show you how, too! 

By the time they are 8 weeks old, our puppies:

  • Meet at least 40 different people (most dogs need to meet at least 100 friendly humans by the time they are 12 weeks old to help avoid shyness or aggression towards people)

  • Have gone up and down stairs, walked over grates, tile, wood floors, concrete, and metal. This helps them be comfortable and relaxed on any footing.

  • Have been kept both in house and in a specially designed indoor/outdoor enclosure to teach them to potty outside on grass. Puppies that are raised only in the house and allowed to potty in the house, will want to continue to potty in the house.  Puppies that are raised on a grate, like in pet stores, will want to continue pottying on grates. We have been hired too many times by people whose dogs potty in their heat vents, and all these dogs were kept in a cage with a grate floor. The pups then seek out the grate to potty, and we get hired to try to break this habit. Puppies that are raised pottying outside on grass will want to potty outside, which makes housebreaking super fast!

  • Five hours of professional training in basic obedience commands using positive reinforcement, including sit, down, and come when called.

  • Have been introduced to being crated

  • Had their toenails trimmed at least twice (getting them used to this now helps them be better at having their nails done as adults)

  • Been bathed and blow dried at least twice (it’s important to get dogs used to this process as early as possible, so they can relax and enjoy it as adults. It’s always sad to see dogs that are terrified of grooming)

  • Have all age appropriate shots and deworming

  • Been introduced to a variety of healthy, whole foods, including but not limited to

    • Chicken

    • Pork

    • Beef

    • Vegetables

    • Fruits

Just like humans, dogs that are exposed to a variety of healthy whole foods develop stronger immune systems and have better physical and mental health by having healthy gut flora.

Introducing puppies to a variety of healthy foods helps ensure they won’t have sensitive stomachs as adults. It’s no fun having a dog that gets sick everytime he eats something new. Feeding a dog only one type of highly processed, dehydrated food (like kibble dog food) is both unnatural and unhealthy. Please ask us about this!

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