Guardian of the Night K9
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Two families say they paid thousands of dollars for service dogs for their special-needs children, but the Henry County company did not deliver. A portion of the price of each dog, ranging from $5,000 to $6,200, was paid for with donations. Denise Marsh was quoted a price of $5,000 for a service dog that would alert to seizures. Marsh’s now-16- and 11-year-old sons both have daily epileptic seizures.Apr 21, 2016
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask how long they have been doing it? Is this their full time job? How many dogs have they trained? Do they have references that you can contact? Do they offer advice over the phone in between training sessions? Do they train on praise or compulsion?