Mobility Service Dog

A fully trained, certified Mobility Service Dog from Ranger Dog Training could add volumes of value to your day to day life, or the life of someone you know.

Ranger Dog Specialty Training - Mobility Support Service Dog Training

For those with limited mobility and balance, or who have difficulties in navigating independently through their daily lives, Ranger Dog offers Mobility Service Dog training of the highest caliber. A specially trained Mobility Support Service Dog from certified professionals can increase an individual's independence and quality of life by assisting with tasks that are difficult or impossible to complete on their own. A brace and mobility support dog can be taken anywhere and is trained to their handler's specific mobility and ambulatory needs. Mobility service dog training takes one year of training and tasks are customizable, but examples include the following:

  • Forward Momentum Pull
  • Counterbalance
  • Item Retrieval
  • Open Doors
  • Turn Lights On/Off
  • Alarm Alert

From Choosing to Training Your Mobility Service Dog – Ranger Dog Training is Here for You

When choosing a mobility support service dog, it is important to select a breed that is intelligent, eager to please, and has a calm temperament. Breeds that are commonly used for mobility service dogs include Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, and Standard Poodles. This also means that breeds that are typically more independent, like Huskies or Samoyeds, are not typically ideal candidates for mobility support service dog training.

Once you have selected a breed, the next step is to find a reputable dog trainer. Ranger Dog Training is a leading provider of mobility service dog training. We specialize in training dogs to perform tasks such as retrieving dropped items, opening doors, and providing balance assistance. Our team of experienced trainers will work with you and your dog to ensure that he or she is ready to provide mobility assistance. Contact us today to learn more about our mobility service dog training program.

When it comes to mobility support service dogs, there are a few things to keep in mind. First and foremost, these dogs need to be incredibly committed to caring for their handler. Secondly, mobility support service dogs must have a calm and gentle demeanor. This is essential, as they will be working closely with individuals who may be easily frightened or agitated. And finally, mobility support service dogs must physically capable of handling the tasks before them, which means the dogs should be of a medium-to-large size. This is necessary in order to provide sufficient support for their handler.

Here at Ranger Dog, we have successfully trained many breeds for mobility support service dog work. If you're interested in learning more about our process or finding out if your dog is a good candidate for mobility support service dog training, don't hesitate to contact us today. We would be more than happy to answer any of your questions.