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Positive Paws

K-9 Angels

Service Dog Training



PPK9 Angels Service Dogs are custom-trained to assist people with physical and/or mental disabilities. Service Dogs can enhance a person’s independence by helping with tasks such as pulling a wheelchair, opening doors, turning light switches on/off, or picking up objects as small as a dime. If a client falls, the dog can even act as a brace to help them up. Other tasks include distracting a person from a thought, waking a person from a nightmare, alerting and/or responding to a person before, during, or after a seizure, alerting to fatigue, panic attacks, P.T.S.D., etc.

Positive Paws has trained Service Dogs to assist people with Autism, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Rheumatoid arthritis, ALS, Cerebral Palsy, and many other conditions affecting a person’s mobility or strength. 





 Requirements

  • You must be 18 years or older or have parental support.
  • Have a physical or mental disability as described by ADA
  • If the dog is also trained for seizure tasks, an individual must have a minimum of one seizure per month
  • If the dog is also trained for hearing tasks, an individual must have 30% or more bilateral hearing loss
  • Be physically and cognitively capable of participating in the training process, up to one hour a day
  • Be able to independently command and handle their assistance dog
  • Be able to meet the emotional, physical and financial needs of the assistance dog
  • Service dog must be the only dog residing in the home
  • Be in a stable home environment
  • Actively improve their quality of life and pursue independence with their Assistance Dog
  • Live in an area serviced by PPK9 Angels
  • Complete 400 hours of public access work

Positive Paws will evaluate your dog and determine if he or she is a good candidate for our Service Dog program. If we find that he or she is not a candidate, then we will make every reasonable effort to find a candidate that can be trained for your specific needs. Feel free to check our FAQ for more information or click the button below to contact us.

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