• <cite class="sig">LILLY</cite>

    There are several ways to go about this. If you're not already a dog trainer of some sort, one way is to attend the Bergin University of Canine Studies in California (yes, it is a real university). Their Web site is: http://www.berginu.edu/

    Another great place that will take less time is the six-week Master Trainer course from National K-9, but this focuses on much more than just service/assistance dog training, so you will only get your feet wet on it and other types of dog training. http://www.nk9.com/

    You could also see if you can just apprentice beside a trainer in your area who trains service dogs, but check out the schools if you really want this as your career. Good luck!

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