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These DVD’s have been professionally made
by experts with many years of experience.
You will see both personal and professionals,
explain clearly and concisely the best ways to
approach each exercise and each problem,
and they offer many valuable solutions to
Teamwork DVD training is an easy way to learn
using live visual examples. These wonderful
videos demonstrate all of the exercises
taught in the books. Interviews with people
who have taught the exercises help the
viewer to understand and visualize the
training. There is valuable information on
understanding your dog and his behavior,
excellent training tips on each exercise, and
advice for preparing for changes in your life
and your dog's life.
How To Train Your
Own Service Dog....
Just Got A Little Easier
Service Dog Training organizations do a superb job of providing Service Dogs for many
people with various disabilities, there are some unique situations that may prevent a
person from attending a regular training facility.
We offer an alternative that is not meant to supersede or compete with these wonderful
organizations, that offer Service Dogs to the disabled. Our Team Work DVD's are
designed to fill the gap that exists in the supply of Service Dogs. These Service Dog
training video's can be especially valuable for people who need to learn at their own
pace, instead of the gruelling training schedule often found at regular training facilities.
Service Dog House.com and the owners/employees do not certify or register any Owner /
Self-trained Service Dog team. It is the responsibility of the owner/handler to ensure
their newly Self-trained Service Dog is a Good first train and then maintain a dog at the
high standards of a Service Dog.
To view Service Dog Training Standards visit the Assistance Dogs International website
listed below, for standards and other important information.
The hope is that more and more people
with disabilities will realize that they can
share the companionship and joy of
owning a dog, and with a little work and
dedication, they can learn how to make
their dog a better behaved friend and
companion. They don't have to rely on
someone else to do it for them; they
don't have to forego the pleasure of
canine company. It is all within their
|Choose from Teamwork DVD or
Teamwork II DVD .
|The TEAMWORK Series
With years of experience, both personal and professional,
Nordensson and Kelley explain clearly and concisely the best ways to
approach each exercise and each problem, and offer as many
solutions as possible.
Teamwork concentrates on understanding your dog and learning
to teach basic obedience exercises, such as sit, down, come and
heel. Each exercise is explained clearly, step by step, and includes
tips for people on crutches, in manual wheelchairs or power chairs.
Praise and food reward are explained and emphasized. Equipment is
discussed so that the novice trainer will have a better idea of what's
|Speciality Equipment for :
Diabetic Alert Dog
Medical Assistance Dogs
Search & Rescue Dogs
Seizure Alert Dogs
Special Skills Dogs
International Association of
Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP)