What Is The Difference?
A service dog is an assistance dog that has been specifically trained in certain areas to help someone who has a disability. For example they are trained for, an owner/handler which may have mobility limitations, hearing loss or deafness, visual impairment, or autism.
A therapy dog can work with numerous people in a variety of situations. The dogs obedience training allows it to safely provide affection and comfort to people in hospitals, nursing homes, schools and other similar locations.
We Want To Help
Jordan Country Groodles is proud to be up and coming producers of Therapy and Assistance Dogs. We are currently working along side Brama Labradors Inc. to produce puppies suitable for their Assistance Dog Training Program.
As many of you know, the Groodles that we produce here at Jordan Country Groodles come from a long in depth breeding program which Tayla devotes her life to. We successfully breed non-shedding puppies with temperaments to die for, and amazing natures which are consistent within our breeding program.
We have, and want to continue to donate puppies to families in need. It can cost over $30,000 to train and place an assistance dog, where it can cost around $6,000 to breed, rear, train then place a therapy dog.