High Powered Protection Dog Training

Address: 6130 West Flamingo Rd # 729 Las Vegas, NV 89103 | Phone: (702) 683-3870

There are many different reasons to use a service dog. Service dogs are not the same as medical response dogs, or guide-dogs. Service dogs can be any breed, and they do not necessarily need to be pedigreed. They just need to meet certain criteria. First, they need to have the right temperament. Stubborn or aggressive dogs are not suitable. Likewise, dogs that are constantly fighting for dominance and don’t know their place, they are also not suitable. Second, the dog needs to be healthy.

A service dog cannot be at risk for certain canine diseases or illnesses, and they should not suffer from canine diseases or illnesses. A service dog must be able to perform their jobs without any sudden stopping due to prior issues.  Finally, they need to have good conformation. If the candidate for service dog meets all these criteria, then you have a suitable candidate for training.

Professional dog service in Las VegasThe Americans with Disabilities Act defines service dogs as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal who is trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. For example, some dogs are trained to pull wheelchairs, others are taught to alert to the sounds of the telephone, oven timers, alarm clocks, smoke alarms, and even a baby’s cry. Service dogs are not considered pets. We provide reliable training programs from our certified dog trainers.

Service dogs are legally guaranteed access to all public places, transportation, and lodging. They cannot be denied access unless they are disruptive (ie. aggressive, destructive, or out of control) or will cause a fundamental change in how the business operates (ie. sterile operating room, etc.). Service dog access laws supersede public health codes in relation to restaurants, grocery stores, etc.