LifeLine Service Dogs

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3 reviews
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  • Nicole C.

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    When we rescued our dog Milo, we also discovered he had 2 heart diseases and needed immediate heart surgery. Now that Milo is all better, we are focusing on socializing him. Not many people were willing to train Milo due to his aggressiveness towards strangers and the fact that he is a pit-bull, but Cheryl was willing to help. We just had our first training class in the comfort of our home. We learned so much from Cheryl and we are eager for the weeks to come.

    Jun 2, 2015
  • Amber B.

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    Very helpful and knowledgable. Very plesant to work with.

    Mar 30, 2012Verified

About this pro

LifeLine takes each dog where it is. We do not claim any one right training technique. Instead with use our knowledge to work with a dog in ways specific to his/her needs. LifeLine also views each working relationship as a lasting one. This is not just a fast food line that we may or may not ever see you again. We work long term with each individual as needed. Working with the dogs is a way to connect with people. People don't always know how to break the ice and have relationships. Working with the dogs builds a trust level that can help break that ice naturally and serve to help us connect on a level deeper than that of sales person and consumer.

Times hired on Thumbtack

5

Location

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

Photos and Videos

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    Coverage Area for LifeLine Service Dogs is about 50+ miles of Grand Rapids, MI.