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Service Dog Training  


Service Dog  -- For people with disabilities, seizure alert, anxiety, autism, blood sugar alert (Diabetic), etc. *

Assistance Dog -- Another name for Service Dog. See above.

Therapy Dog -- For hospital or nursing home visitation

We can train your dog if it qualifies, or we can assist you in locating a qualified dog.

"I was desperate! I looked for a service dog and found that the four biggest corporations told me that it would take at least 7 to 9 years and they would not train MY dog. I was in a wheelchair..."

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Elite K9 Academy
Obedience Training



Personal In-Home Service Dog and Obedience Training

All Ages -- All Breeds -- All Problems

Board and Train also available

In-Home Training is done in your home up to 3 times a week (according to your schedule) so your dog can be obedience trained in two or three weeks! Service Dog training, of course, takes longer.

Boarding and Training is done in the trainer's home, not in a kennel.

"Hey you guys!!!
Just wanted to tell you how pleased we are with the training you did with our troublemaker Buddy. He was into everything! We can't thank you and Jeanneane enough for the gentle training that turned Buddy into Mr. Manners. :-) Our friends can't believe it is the same puppy! Never having had a puppy before, we were totally unprepared for all the mischief he could get into. Jeanneane answered ALL our questions with patience and understanding. And to top it all off was the professional looking photos, calendars, wallet photos, etc., etc. that came with the graduation package; we were thrilled. What a wonderful surprise. You guys are awesome! You are BETTER than the BEST and we will recommend you to everyone.     

Vicky, Dan and don't forget Buddy

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Below is a letter from Jennifer Peluso, Instructor and Undergraduate Coordinator

Dear Jeanneane and Nick,
I wanted to take some time this morning to personally thank you for making the trip down to Boca Raton yesterday to come to FAU to give your presentation and demonstration about service animals, certifying dogs, and educating people on how to work with them.
It was evident to all who were in attendance that training dogs is your passion.  Clearly, you both derive much fulfullment by making a difference in people's lives by helping them find a canine life partner to assist them with their needs.  The personal investment and professionalism with which you educate the public about service animals make you clear ambassadors for the community of dog lovers, dog handlers, and the service animals themselves.  Thank you for taking the time to be with us.
I would also like to thank you for your kindness and attention to my daughter Helen.  You and Jack were the single subject of conversation for the rest of the day yesterday.  She learned a tremendous amount from you and Jack, and was eager to get to preschool this morning (she was ready to go at 6:30 AM!) so that she could tell her teachers and classmates all about service animals.
Thank you again, and I hope that we can work together again in the future.  If you would be so kind as to send me your business address, I will send you a letter of thanks from the department that you can add to what I am sure is a growing collection of testimonials and professional accolades.
Sincerely and gratefully yours,
Dr.  Jennifer Peluso
Instructor and Undergraduate Coordinator
Dept.  of Psychology 
April 18, 2008


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*Disability Defined  
   Anyone with a physical or  mental impairment  substantially limiting one or more major life activities; has a record of such impairment; or is regarded as having such an impairment, is considered a person with a disability.
    Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), enacted on January 26, 1992  (P.L. 101-336), businesses and organizations that service the public must allow people with disabilities to bring their service animals into all areas of the facility where customers are normally allowed to go. This Federal Law applies to all businesses open to the public,  including restaurants, hotels, taxis and shuttles, grocery and department stores, hospitals and medical offices, theaters, health  clubs, parks and zoos.
       Businesses may ask if an animal  is a service animal or ask what tasks the animal has been trained to perform, but cannot require  special ID cards for the animal or ask about the personís disability.  http://www.dol.gov.odep




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