Dottie is in Oregon working as a mobility
assist, retrieval, and medical alert service dog. Her natural curiousity and attentiveness have helped her to excell in her duties.
Janelle is in Washington working as a mobility assist and visual support service dog.
Heritage Poodle puppies placed for training
as Service Dogs, Therapy Dogs & Emotional Support Dogs
Frosty went to work in Oregon as an autism assist and emotional support service dog.
Even at 8 weeks old Frosty seemed to know what his job was. He became our hero when he alerted mom that his 3 year old charge had choked, totally blocking his airway.
Chai is working in Washington as a mobility assist service dog.
Max was placed in Oregon to train as an autism assist and
Mia was placed in Washington into our "guardian" breeding program, and is assisting with anxiety and a sleep disorder.
Rusty moved to Tennessee and is working as an auditory alert service dog.
Rusty is settled down at work. Don't let this puppies sleepy look fool you. This boy is on a mission, he started alerting to sounds in the first few weeks, and at just 4 months old, is was
alerting his handler to
sounds that she would
otherwise be missing.
Indi went to New Mexico to work as a stability and medical alert service dog. Indi's has a special talent for opening doors of all kinds.
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2009-16 HERITAGE SERVICE DOGS
We have several clients that are training dogs that they already owned or purchased specifically for this purpose.
This is Cookie, she is a medical alert Service Dog. Her 15 year old handler has worked her through our program.
Timmy was my first Service Dog. He and Alex quickly became good buddies sharing everything from beds to bones. Timmy is now working as a seizure alert dog for one of our clients.
Besides our own breeding program we are assisting handlers train their own dogs to assist them with their disabilities. Beside Poodles we have worked with everything from: Chihuahua, Border Collie, Jack Russell Terrier, Labrador Retriever, Dachshund, German Shepherd, Great Dane, Golden Retriever, Heeler, Yorky, and a some of unknown heritage.
Here are a few of the conditions we have assisted with training for: diabetes, seizure disorders, PTSD, MS, Autism, Aspergers, anxiety, depression, Lupus, spinal stenosis, hearing deficits, vertigo, visual deficits, arthritis, sleep disorders, traumatic injuries, Etc.
As you can see service dogs can be a variety of sizes, shapes, and temperaments. The goal is to match the dog with the service related needs of the handler.
Jett was placed in Oregon into our "guardian" breeding program, and works as a medical alert service dog.
Sugar was placed in Oregon to work as a medical alert and stability service dog.
Alex helps with medical alert and stability. He started alerting between 3 and 4 months old. He has amazing instincts and abilities. He is in our breeding program as well.
Molly was placed in Washington into our "guardian" breeding program, and works as a medical alert service dog.
Murphy was placed in Washington into our "guardian" breeding program, and to work as a medical alert and stability service dog.
STANDARD POODLE PUPPIES FOR SALE
STANDARD PARTI POODLE PUPPIES FOR SALE
ROYAL STANDARD POODLES - LARGE STANDARDS
SERVICE DOG TRAINING PROGRAM
UNDERSTANDING FEDERAL ADA LAW, STATE LAW
Drive to pick up from - Oregon, Washington, Idaho
Shipping throughout the United States: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming and into Canada
DISABLED VETERANS - ANXIETY, PTSD,
MOBILITY, STABILITY, BALANCE, RETRIEVAL
CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
MEDICAL ALERT - DIABETIS, SEIZURE DISORDERS
AUTISM, ASPERGERS, ADD, ADHD, CEREBRAL PALSY, MS - MULTIPLE SCLOROSIS, AUDITORY ALERT, VISUAL ALERT
This little girl started training at just 2 months old. Looking good!
Mocha was placed in Washington into our "guardian" breeding program, and to work as
a medical alert service dog.
Tanzy was placed in Washington to work as a medical alert and stability service dog.
George was placed in Washington into our "guardian" breeding program, and is training as an autism assistance service dog.
Suzy was placed in Oregon to train as a medical alert and stability service dog.
Lucy was placed in Oklahoma to work as an autism assistance service dog.
Joy was placed in Minnesota to work as a medical alert service dog.
Honey was placed in Oregon to train as a medical alert service dog.
Max was placed in Washington to work as a medical alert service dog.
Spencer was placed in Oregon to work as a medical alert service dog.
Kito was placed in Oregon to work as a medical alert service dog.
Keiko was placed in Washington to work as an emotional dog.
Shasta was placed in Oregon to work as a therapy dog.