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Service Dogs

Canine Helpers

We take immense pride in our dedication to breeding and nurturing outstanding prospects for service and therapy dogs. Our efforts are relentless as we ensure that each puppy possesses the essential foundational elements to thrive in fulfilling the distinct needs of individuals requiring assistance or companionship.

Our foremost priority is the careful selection of puppies endowed with superior genetics and a temperament ideally suited for service and therapy endeavours. By employing expert breeding techniques and positive reinforcement training methods, we aim to produce dogs that meet and surpass the highest benchmarks in reliability, temperament, and obedience.

Our program is fueled by a fervent desire to make a positive difference in the lives of those in need, and we are unwaveringly committed to providing exceptional service dogs that offer comfort, support, and happiness to individuals and communities alike.



Each pairing is made with meticulous consideration, taking into account not only the health but also the temperament of the parent dogs. This careful selection process recognizes that the characteristics necessary for successful assistance work extend beyond mere physical health. A dog's temperament, including factors such as patience, attentiveness, and adaptability, plays a crucial role in determining its suitability for such specialized tasks.

Breeding two dogs solely based on their outward appearance or general pleasant demeanour does not guarantee that their offspring will inherit the specific traits required for assistance work. Instead, deliberate efforts are made to match dogs whose temperaments complement each other and possess the desired qualities for producing progeny with the potential to excel in roles such as service or therapy dogs.

By prioritizing both health and temperament in the selection of breeding pairs, organizations ensure that they are laying a solid foundation for producing dogs that not only meet but exceed the rigorous demands of assistance work. This thoughtful approach increases the likelihood of producing puppies with the necessary attributes to thrive in environments where they will be providing vital support and companionship to those in need.


From the instant the puppies enter the world, they are regarded as potential candidates for assistance roles. They are gently challenged, never inundated, and consistently encouraged without being overly indulged.

Stringent temperament assessments guarantee the selection of the most suitable dog for the job, accompanied by guidance and recommendations for potential assistance dog trainers.

Professional service dog training (SDT) organizations and non-profit entities are warmly encouraged to make contact.

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