(317) 991-5400

6256 La Pas Trail, Indianapolis, IN 46268, USA

What Service Dogs

do we provide?

Diabetes alert dogs, seizure alert dogs and more...

Dogs are loving, feeling and thinking creatures with talents that can surpass some of the most advanced medical tools. Each dog and each person has a story along with individual personalities and needs. Our goal is to help you find the best solution for your particular situation. Our service dogs are trained with the most modern methods based on the latest scientific research on dog behavior and training. We won't just ship you a service dog - we'll teach you how to keep up with the training, care for your service dog and communicate with him/her so that the relationship that you develop with the service dog is based not only on his/her ability to perform but also on trust, confidence, and love.

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Specialized training

Over 30 behaviors

Our service dogs are trained to respond to 30 different behaviors on average, depending on the disability, from basic obedience to more complex behaviors like retrieving objects, alerting to changes in glucose levels, bracing and getting help.

Force free

& Science based

Our dogs love to learn!

Our training methods promote confidence, reliability, and enthusiasm to work. Our force-free, science-based training methods will help your dog develop a trusting and loving relationship with you.


We teach our methods to other professionals in the US and International.

Full health report

Screened for health problems

Our service dogs are fully tested for their sound behavior, their trainability as well as for good health. They are spayed/neutered, up to date with all their shots, tested for heartworm and fed premium food. The service dogs are screened for dysplasia and come with a health certificate from a veterinarian. When you get a dog from us, we do our best to make sure your service dog will be able to work for you for many years.

We train the following service dogs

Diabetes alert dogs, seizure dogs, psychiatric and more

Our service dogs are trained to respond to 30 different behaviors on average, depending on the disability, from basic obedience to more complex behaviors like retrieving objects, alerting to changes in glucose levels, bracing and getting help.  


Our training methods promote confidence, reliability, and enthusiasm to work. Our force-free, science-based training methods will help your dog develop a trusting and loving relationship with you. 

Diabetes Alert Dogs

Alert to any change in glucose levels

A diabetes alert dog will alert you to the changes in your glucose levels, provide assistance or help when you need it.

Seizure Service Dog

Alert and Response

A seizure alert dog will alert to an oncoming seizure, get help and comfort during a seizure and provide assistance during recovery.

Psychiatric Service Dog

PTSD/Anxiety/Depression

A psychiatric service dog will help a person who suffers from a mental illness by interrupting anxiety or panic attacks and offer comfort and safety in difficult times.

Other Service Dogs

Autism/Mobility/Facility

We are experienced in the training of most disabilities. We specialize in medical alert dogs but can also train autism service dogs, light mobility service dogs , facility dogs and more.