Available Service Dogs

Our service dog training ensures the safety of "dog and owner".

We provide fully trained Service Dogs to meet the specific needs of those with a disability. If a person with a disability already has a family dog that can meet our requirements, we can train your family dog for Service Dog Work.

Learn more about Service Dogs at our "What is a Service Dog?" page.

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Kapono the black lab



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Napa the black lab

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Blush the black lab



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Nova is a 5mo red fox lab. With her playful energy and bright spirit, she would make a great service dog for a variety of tasks.

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Zin the chocolate lab

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Brooklyn is a 10mo German Shepherd. She has such a bright spirit and playful energy. Se would make a great service dog for a variety of tasks.

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What is a Service Dog?

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990) a dog is considered a “Service Dog” if it has been “individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability.” These dogs are more than just pets; they are companions, and often life-lines. A Service Dog will provide safety, confidence, independence, and companionship to their owner.

At Doggie Do Good, Inc. we train many different types of Service Dogs depending on the need of the owner. We also will consider training a doggie that the owner already has if that doggie is a qualified candidate for service. All service dog training includes solid basic obedience such as: Sit, Stay, Come, Heel, Down, and Leave It. We train Service Dogs for the hearing impaired and people who are wheelchair-bound, as well as for those who need seizure assistance or help with mobility and/or balance. We also train dogs for diabetic alert and companion/psychological assistance, among other things. Please contact us for more information or to see if we can train a Service Dog to fit your needs.

If you are need of a Service Dog, but do not have the funds to pay for one, you can find more information on how to obtain a Service Dog at little to no cost on the website of our affiliate company - Doggie Does Good.

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Custom Training to Fit Your Needs!

Training Includes:

  • Sit
  • Stay
  • Come
  • Heel
  • Down
  • Leave it

After training is complete, all dogs will be certified service dogs under Doggie Do Good. All service dogs are trained for your specific needs, which may include:

Mobility/Balance Assistance

Helps a physically disabled person in wheelchair or a person who has trouble with balance through skills like:

  • Picking up objects
  • Opening/closing doors
  • Turning lights on/off
  • Steadying and/or pulling a person in wheelchair
Seizure Assistance

Brings comfort and safety to the person during a seizure by:

  • Moving dangerous objects away from the person
  • Calling 911
  • Lying next to the person for comfort
  • Retrieving medication
Psychiatric Support
  • Deep pressure
  • therapy
  • Barriers
  • Hugs
  • Kisses
  • Interruption alerts
Diabetic Alert


Helps people with diabetes be more aware of their high/low blood sugar levels.

  • Alert when pump alarm goes off
  • Alert to body language and/or scent of blood sugar levels
  • Lie down next to person and alert for assistance
Hearing Assistance

Alerts its owner of something important that the person may not hear on their own, such as:

  • Smoke/Fire/Clock Alarm
  • Telephone
  • Baby crying
  • Knocking at door etc.

NOTE: These dogs will not be taught to alert before a seizure occurs. Training seminars also available throughout California.

Remember, we customize training, and this is a very small list of suggestions.

Service Dog Interest

Please contact us if you are interested in a service dog and a Doggie Do Good representative will contact you.