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School Support Dog Training


I WOULD LIKE MY DOG TO BE A SCHOOL SUPPORT (THERAPY) DOG?  CAN YOU HELP ME?

Yes we can!

1. We can assess your dog to see if your dog is suitable to be a School Support Dog.

2. We can help you train your dog to become a School Support (Therapy) Dog for the purposes of entering NSW schools.

3.  We can visit your school once per year to conduct the psychological and emotional health check on your dog (as per the School Support Dog Guidelines)

 


What are school support dogs?


School Support Dogs provide emotional support, companionship and/or well being to students that attend NSW schools. 

School Support Dogs are companion animals and may be owned by a staff member of the NSW Department of Education or a person external to the school who will bring the dog to the school for interactions with the students and school community.

The individual dog will need to have the appropriate temperament and training to be a successful School Support Dog.
 

 

* IF YOU ARE AFTER TRAINING FOR YOUR DOG TO BECOME A THERAPY DOG (NOT A SCHOOL SUPPORT DOG) WE CAN ALSO HELP WITH THAT.  Feel free to contact us!



COSTS

TRAINING LESSONS to become a School Support Dog: 

$120 for 45 minutes
(these are face-to-face conducted at our home office in Adamstown Heights OR Skype/ZOOM appointments)

 

ASSESSMENT to see if your dog is suitable to be a School Support Dog (including a letter to submit to the school with recommendation)

$200 per assessment (approx 30-45 min + letter)

 

SCHOOL VISIT to conduct the psychological and emotional health check on your dog

$ PLEASE CONTACT US FOR A QUOTE
 



PLEASE CONTACT US DIRECTLY TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR THE ABOVE SERVICES.

Contact Us

We are based in Kotara, NSW
(Newcastle and Lake Macquarie Region)
PH: 0497 920 768

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