Service dogs are very helpful particularly to individuals with disabilities. They can do many things – from turning the lights on and off to guiding a visually impaired individual, among other assistance tasks. This is the reason why taking your lovely canine to a training facility is worth it; it is for skills enhancement, which can be a great help for your dog to become even more useful.

Whether you are searching for a service dog training facility to enhance the assistance skills of your dog for personal use or your aim is to develop a career as a dog trainer, Pro-Train – a reputable training facility for service dogs, El Cajon – is readily available to help you achieve that goal. This facility has been in business since 1978 and has produced many graduates not just from the US but from various parts of the globe.

Pro-Train has been the go-to training facility for those who want their dogs learn new skills – from simple tricks to more complex tasks. It has been a training ground where both the dogs and their owners can learn new skills.

Below are some programs for service dogs, El Cajon provided by Pro-Train:

  • HEARING DOGS – from $7000
    These dogs respond to different sounds which may include knocking, doorbell, phone ringing, alarm clock etc.
  • SERVICE DOGS – from $8000
    Can turn lights on or off, retrieve dropped objects, open and close doors, provide balance and support or pull a manual wheelchair, and perform many other tasks depending on the needs of the individual.
  • GUIDE DOGS – from $10,000
    Dogs for the visually impaired can be taught to guide a person around obstacles, indicate the location of stairs, doorways, elevators and provide other functions as needed for the individual.
    These dogs can be provided for multiple disabilities or unique applications.

Pro-Train also provides training for dogs for individuals with invisible disabilities such as Autism, Seizure response, emotional support, and Diabetic Alert Dogs

For more inquiries about our training programs for service dogs, El Cajon contact us at 1-877-BAD DOGS.