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Certified Intensive Service Dog Training Course

This course will take you step-by-step through the process of training your own dog to become a qualified service dog, with the help from your individual trainer which is assigned to you throughout the course.

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Essential Tasks Included in the Course:

- Retrieve Based Tasks;

- Alert to Specific Sounds;

- Deposit Based Tasks;

- Obedience and Public Access Manners;

- Pawing Based Tasks;

- Other Kinds of Assistance in Crisis

Find the complete learning plan in the Syllabus below.


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8 Modules 18 Animation Videos Individual Tutor Support

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FULL PAYMENT

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About Service Dog Training Course

Are you looking to train your own dog to become a service dog? If you have answered yes, this could be the ideal distance learning course for you and your dog. Our online Certified Intensive Service Dog Training Course is developed by the SDTSI team of trusted, experienced behavioral experts, who have 30+ years of combined professional animal care and dog training experience. The topics cover everything from learning about service dog breeds, history, legalities, behavior, body, and vocal language as well as basic and advanced training techniques. This online course is spread over 8 distinct modules. Altogether the course should take approximately 120 hours in total.

Who should study this course?

This home study qualification is aimed at individuals who want to train their own service dog, or who want to find work as service dog trainers to help others start their service dog training journey.

At our Service Dog Training School, we don’t ask our students to have any puppy training experience or qualifications before they enroll. All we ask is that they and their dog friends have to motivation to embark on a new educational journey.




Valid for the US, UK, part of CA, and part of the EU [based on the local regulations, as not all countries in the EU or all provinces in Canada will accept owner/self-trained Service Dogs.

**Under what circumstances may airlines deny transport to a service dog?

◉ Airlines are permitted to deny transport to a service dog if it:

         ⊛ Violates safety requirements - e.g., too large or heavy to be accommodated in the cabin;

         ⊛ Poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others;

         ⊛ Causes a significant disruption in the cabin or at airport gate areas; or

         ⊛ Violates health requirements - e.g., prohibited from entering a U.S. territory or foreign country.

◉ Airlines may also deny transport to a service dog if the airline requires completed DOT service animal forms and the service animal user does not provide the airline with these forms.


More Related Courses

On successful completion of this service dog training course, you will

receive a very well-behaved service dog and a Certificate issued by Service Dog Training School International: Service Dog Certificate. To view a sample of the award, please click here.

What will your dog receive after his/her training is complete?

Your dog partner will be Certified as a Service Dog with all the training records by ServiceDog Training School International.


What Does It Mean To Be Certified?

It means your dog has been trained to perform the work or task as a service dog.

The primary purpose of certification is to ensure that your dog is fully trained as a service dog and its handler understands how to lead its Assistance Dog/Service Dog through everyday situations, such as going to a shop, a park, a hospital, a care home or any other public places.


Certified Intensive Service Dog Training Course

First Week – Basic Knowledge of Service Dog

1 - Introduction

2 - Service Dog History

3 - Types of Service Dogs and What They Do

4 - Things Handlers Should Know

Second Week – Understanding your Service Dog

5 - Abilities and Limitations of Your Service Dog

6 - Canine Communication - Interpreting Dog Body Language

7 - Puppy Testing

Third Week – Preparing for Training

8 - Basics for All Service Dogs

9 - How a Dog Learns

10 - Encouraging Your Dog

11 - Equipment for Training

12 - The Basic Vocabulary and Core Words for Service Dogs

Fourth & Fifth Week – First Phase Training (Basic Commands to Teach)

13 - First Five Things to Teach

14 - Eye Contact Training

15 - Focus Training

Sixth Week – Bark Training

16 - Barking, Speak Up and Be Quiet Training

Seventh Week – Mobility Service Dog Tasks

17 - Finding and Retrieving Tricks

18 - Opening and Closing

19 - Paw-push Targeting

20- Allergen Detection

Eighth & Ninth Week – Advanced Training - Adding Drama with Clever Tricks

21 - Standing Up and Pushing a Cart

22 - Extended Training - Adding Drama with Clever Tricks

Tenth Week – Public Access

23 - Public Access Test

24 - Aircraft Training

Final and Certification


What's Included

All study materials

Full Tutor and Admin support

The course fee includes the service dog certification fee (valued at up to $150.00).


About Service Dog Training Course

Are you looking to train your own dog to become a service dog? If you have answered yes, this could be the ideal distance learning course for you and your dog. Our online Certified Intensive Service Dog Training Course is developed by the SDTSI team of trusted, experienced behavioral experts, who have 30+ years of combined professional animal care and dog training experience. The topics cover everything from learning about service dog breeds, history, legalities, behavior, body, and vocal language as well as basic and advanced training techniques. This online course is spread over 8 distinct modules. Altogether the course should take approximately 120 hours in total.

Who should study this course?

This home study qualification is aimed at individuals who want to train their own service dog, or who want to find work as service dog trainers to help others start their service dog training journey.

At our Service Dog Training School, we don’t ask our students to have any puppy training experience or qualifications before they enroll. All we ask is that they and their dog friends have to motivation to embark on a new educational journey.




Valid for the US, UK, part of CA, and part of the EU [based on the local regulations, as not all countries in the EU or all provinces in Canada will accept owner/self-trained Service Dogs.

**Under what circumstances may airlines deny transport to a service dog?

◉ Airlines are permitted to deny transport to a service dog if it:

         ⊛ Violates safety requirements - e.g., too large or heavy to be accommodated in the cabin;

         ⊛ Poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others;

         ⊛ Causes a significant disruption in the cabin or at airport gate areas; or

         ⊛ Violates health requirements - e.g., prohibited from entering a U.S. territory or foreign country.

◉ Airlines may also deny transport to a service dog if the airline requires completed DOT service animal forms and the service animal user does not provide the airline with these forms.


More Related Courses

On successful completion of this service dog training course, you will

receive a very well-behaved service dog and a Certificate issued by Service Dog Training School International: Service Dog Certificate. To view a sample of the award, please click here.

What will your dog receive after his/her training is complete?

Your dog partner will be Certified as a Service Dog with all the training records by ServiceDog Training School International.


What Does It Mean To Be Certified?

It means your dog has been trained to perform the work or task as a service dog.

The primary purpose of certification is to ensure that your dog is fully trained as a service dog and its handler understands how to lead its Assistance Dog/Service Dog through everyday situations, such as going to a shop, a park, a hospital, a care home or any other public places.


Certified Intensive Service Dog Training Course

First Week – Basic Knowledge of Service Dog

1 - Introduction

2 - Service Dog History

3 - Types of Service Dogs and What They Do

4 - Things Handlers Should Know

Second Week – Understanding your Service Dog

5 - Abilities and Limitations of Your Service Dog

6 - Canine Communication - Interpreting Dog Body Language

7 - Puppy Testing

Third Week – Preparing for Training

8 - Basics for All Service Dogs

9 - How a Dog Learns

10 - Encouraging Your Dog

11 - Equipment for Training

12 - The Basic Vocabulary and Core Words for Service Dogs

Fourth & Fifth Week – First Phase Training (Basic Commands to Teach)

13 - First Five Things to Teach

14 - Eye Contact Training

15 - Focus Training

Sixth Week – Bark Training

16 - Barking, Speak Up and Be Quiet Training

Seventh Week – Mobility Service Dog Tasks

17 - Finding and Retrieving Tricks

18 - Opening and Closing

19 - Paw-push Targeting

20- Allergen Detection

Eighth & Ninth Week – Advanced Training - Adding Drama with Clever Tricks

21 - Standing Up and Pushing a Cart

22 - Extended Training - Adding Drama with Clever Tricks

Tenth Week – Public Access

23 - Public Access Test

24 - Aircraft Training

Final and Certification


What's Included

All study materials

Full Tutor and Admin support

The course fee includes the service dog certification fee (valued at up to $150.00).


No Breed, Size or Weight Restriction

Trained to perform work or task

Behave in public and under control of handler

Animal must be up to date with all vaccinations