Emotional Support Dog Training Program
We’re a company with morals and a mission. As long as you have access to the most up-to-date information on best practices, you can rest assured that our service abides by all regulations. We want all the Emotional Support Dogs in Arizona to be well-trained.
Emotional support dogs help children and the vulnerable daily, often in difficult situations. We ensure that you get the support and guidance you need to go out into the world and do well in your chosen endeavors.
Robinson Dog Training Is The Place To Take Your Dog for Emotional Support Dog Training
Professionally trained Emotional Support Dogs can make a massive difference in the lives of their owners. And we love seeing the smiles on their faces when we help them train the perfect dog. Please contact us if you or a loved one are interested in training your dog for emotional support.
What Are Emotional Support Dogs?
It’s not easy to find the same level of emotional assistance, affection, or unconditional love as what you get from an emotional support dog. Those who have mental illnesses can often benefit significantly from the companionship of an emotional support dog in finding a renewed purpose in life.
Benefits of emotional support dogs:
- Less Loneliness
Trying to manage cognitive impairments or mental illness often leaves one feeling alone. It’s common for people with these issues to struggle in public and social situations. Because of their low self-esteem and general discomfort, they withdraw into themselves. Having an emotional support dog has been shown to lessen the adverse effects of isolation and loneliness. At the outset, a dog is a fantastic companion. Having a well-trained dog there throughout the day can be very reassuring for someone who previously had to go through it alone.
- Calming Effects
People who have difficulty managing their mental health often report having panic attacks. Panic attacks are shared when people struggling with severe anxiety don’t believe in their rationality. Over time, this anxiety can become very incapacitating. Anxiety’s adverse effects can be mitigated when an emotional support dog is present. Multiple studies have shown that interacting with a dog one trusts can help reduce stress.
- Physical Benefits
Having an ESD has not only numerous mental health benefits but also great physical benefits. Those who are battling illness may find that owning a dog gives them the motivation to get out of bed and exercise. Getting outside and moving around, even if it’s just to play in the backyard or take a stroll around the block, has numerous health benefits.
- Means of communication and emotional sustenance
Animals in a community have been shown to improve the quality and quantity of human interactions. Having a pet has enhanced social connections with people at home and in the neighborhood. In addition to being encouraged to go outside and interact with people, they found that having a pet around made them feel more socially confident.
How will our emotional support dog training help?
- Giving You Emotional Support
A dog who enjoys exercise and time outside may be the best choice if you suffer from depression and have trouble getting out of bed and being active. But if you need a pet to comfort you when you’re having flashbacks or feeling lonely, you should look for a friendly dog that is content to spend long periods indoors. We will train your dog with the proper techniques and practical strategies. All this is to ensure that your specific dog is well-suited to giving you the kind of comfort and support you need.
- Well-Behaved Dogs
Dogs who to aid their owners emotionally typically exhibit excellent behavior in public. They have outgoing personalities and are comfortable being pet by anyone. The dog may not want to be petted by strangers if they are wearing an ESA-approved vest or harness, but most of the time, they are fine interacting with people of all ages and backgrounds.
- Obedient dogs
While emotional support dogs aren’t legally required to undergo formal training, that doesn’t mean they don’t need to know the basics. A dog that pulls on a leash while being walked, for instance, could endanger the walker’s safety. They may bark at strangers or jump on people inappropriately. Inevitably, someone struggling with issues like anxiety, depression, or excessive fear will find situations like these to be distressing. When it comes to teaching emotional support dogs obedience, our program is one of a kind because we incorporate both classical and contemporary methods. Combining the best of both worlds and emphasizing education for the proprietor, our programs offer the most beneficial experience possible.
Contact us for expert emotional support dog training
Teaching your dog to work as an emotional support dog is straightforward. We’ll be your consultants and help you every step of the way as you undergo training. How long it takes to train your dogs depends on where they are in their education when we begin. Training time increases proportionally with the complexity of the service skills required. Please get in touch with us so that we can evaluate your specific needs regarding your custom emotional support dog training program.