PTSD Service Dogs provide support and reassurance! Those who suffer from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may find comfort in the companionship of a specially trained service dog. Unique in their ability to provide continuous and reliable support by carrying out their training, these service dogs are a calming presence for their human partner.
Negative cognitions and emotions about one’s traumatic experience are common among those with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). There are various ways in which these can present themselves. Nightmares, flashbacks, anger, betrayal, sadness, depression, and guilt are all symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
We train a companion to provide solace to you during your PTSD journey
Those who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may find great solace in the company of a PTSD Service Dog. The relaxed demeanor of a trained service dog is an asset in many situations. They can be taught to interrupt bad dreams by waking the person up. Emotional overwhelm or panic attacks are two conditions that may benefit from deep pressure therapy. It is possible to train a dog to help someone with post-traumatic stress disorder find their medication.
Having a trained PTSD Service dog helps you lead a better life.
At Robinson Dog Training, we’re here to do whatever it takes to give you the answers that will improve your life. Not only are our expert trainers capable of producing highly trained service dogs, but they also take the time to learn about your unique situation and how a PTSD Service Dog can improve your quality of life.
Benefits of PTSD Service Dogs
- Comfort & Sense of security
Individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can find solace and support from a specially trained service dog. The handler may rest assured that their PTSD Service Dog will be there for them anytime they need it, whether during a panic attack, a vision, or a medication change. The unique calm it brings is priceless.
- Sleep Improvement
Nightmares, sleep paralysis, and other sleep-related problems are common among people with post-traumatic stress disorder. Your PTSD service dog will be trained to wake you up from a nightmare, breaking the cycle of terror.
Canines have established themselves as reliable friends and family members in many different contexts. Nothing could be more accurate than when working with someone who has PTSD. The constant companionship and support of a service dog are invaluable to its owner, whether at home, in public, or when confronted with a potentially stressful trigger.
- Quality of Life
In most cases, a PTSD Service Dog helps its owner lead a better life. A PTSD service dog’s job description is entirely up to the person using it. This adaptability can help the dog’s handler feel more confident and self-sufficient.
Practical, reliable, and efficient training programs
Robinson Dog Training has established robust procedures for the training of trustworthy service dogs. This all-encompassing procedure can start with choosing the right puppy, continues through socialization and task training, and culminate with the delivery of the trained service dog by its handler thus becoming a reliable team.
We work with you every step of the way
Throughout the process, we’ll be right there with you. You and your well-being are our top concern. We train service dogs with compassion and understanding centered on your needs. Our PTSD service dog is here to meet your individual needs, and we will be there every step of the way to make sure of it.
A large portion of our initial training focuses on establishing a safe and social environment for the puppies after you’ve chosen them. To ensure that the puppies we train as service dogs are well-acquainted. All this with various settings, people, and activities, we frequently expose them to new places and situations. That prepares them for the duties we will teach them together.
Our training is designed to help you and your dog succeed
During our discussion, we’ll help you zero in on the actions. That will yield the most outstanding results for your unique situation. Many people have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but no one else can fully understand what it’s like to be you. Because you’re the only one who lives in your body. Everything from tactile stimulation to shaking you up if you’re having a nightmare is fair game for a PTSD service dog’s training.