Service Dog Training with compassion and expertise. 

Creating New Tails is a speciality training program to help those who need an extra hand in life by offering them their perfect service dog.  Take a look at all the services we provide.

  What is a Service Dog? 


Under the ADA (American Disability Act), a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability.  The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person's disability.


Creating New Tails Specialities


  • Gluten Detection

  • Dairy Detection

  • Mobility Support

  • Seizure Alert

  • Diabetic Alert

  • PTSD Assistance

  • Autism Support

  • Medical Alert

  • Anxiety Assistance

  • Food Allergen Alert


  • Basic Obedience

  • High Level Obedience

  • Behavior Modification  and Problem Solving

How can a Service Dog assist you?


Basic Tasks

Each service dog is specifically trained to their owners personal needs based on their medical condition. 

A Service Dog helps individuals with limitations live a normal life

with a sense of independence they deserve.


Service dogs can accomplish these basic tasks:


  • Take Off Shoes and Socks - See video...where it all began! 

  • Tracking - Finding an Exit or a Specfic Individual

  • Search for Assistance - Find A Caregiver

  • Retrieve Medication and Other Items

  • Open Doors and Cabinets

  • Pick Up Phone

  • Turn On and Off Lights

  • Alert Owner to Seizures

  • Alert Owner to Changes in Blood Sugar

  • Find Keys

  • Carry Groceries or Laundry

  • Assist with Walking

  • Alert Owner to Sounds (doorbell, phone, etc)

  • Pick Up Mail



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