qThis book covers everything you will need to know from selecting a dog for the type of assistance you need, to training advanced obedience for public access, and life-changing assistance tasks to help you with day-to-day life. Service Dog training varies greatly from pet dog training with differences in potty training, controlled loading and unloading out of vehicles and public transportation, training to stay under restaurant tables and under chairs to stay out of aisle ways in public, and how to behave around people and other dogs while working as a service dog in the public setting. Specialized tasks include teaching your dog public access skills, assistance with crowd control, deep pressure therapy, medical alert for panick/anxiety attacks or flashbacks, searching for lost objects, going around corners in advance of you, searching your home for intruders, bracing, as well as advanced service dog obedience. Service dog etiquette, management, and laws are discussed. This book is designed for those with life-inhibiting psychiatric disorders; bringin a dog into public merely for emotional support is not allowable under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). Dogs must be trained in specific tasks to assist your disability.q-- back coverMake sure your dog isna#39;t the type to swallow the toy if it is too small. Play fetch with the toy, and each ... him to get it say a#39;find the phonea#39;. Do not have your cell phone in the case while you are throwing it, unless you want a broken cell phone.
|Title||:||Training Your Own Psychiatric Service Dog|
|Author||:||Katie Gonzalez, CDT|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2011|