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what it takes to become a service dog

what it takes to become a service dog

180 hrs.

180 hrs.

discipline & manners
discipline & manners

300 hrs.

300 hrs.

public access
public access

250 hrs.

250 hrs.

specific medical tasks
specific medical tasks

1-2 yrs.

1-2 yrs.

total time invested
total time invested

god is:

great, a great dane

god works:

as a service dog

CGC status

certified

  • who is god?
    God is great, a Great Dane, a service dog and fur face's top dog, he is also CGC certified. God is here to sniff out the best and worst in everything from toys to tech gadgets, especially for giant breeds and heavy chewers. His angel side-kick, fatcat, will assist with all things pussy-cat related. This superhero K9 is the ultimate doggy role model: classy, charming, and totally pawsome! So make sure to join the pack and never miss a message from God.
  • how much does god weigh?
    we don't like to discuss god's weight, but here is some more information about the majestic Great Dane Breed: The easygoing Great Dane, the mighty "Apollo of Dogs," is a total joy to live with, but owning a dog of such imposing size, weight, and strength is a commitment not to be entered into lightly. This breed is indeed great, but not a Dane. As tall as 36 inches at the shoulder, Danes tower over most other dogs and when standing on their hind legs, they are taller than most people. These powerful giants are the picture of elegance and balance, with the smooth and easy stride of born noblemen. The coat comes in different colors and patterns, perhaps the best-known being the black-and-white patchwork pattern known as "harlequin." Despite their sweet nature, Danes are alert home guardians. Just the sight of these gentle giants is usually enough to make intruders think twice. But those foolish enough to mistake the breed's friendliness for softness will meet a powerful foe of true courage and spirit. Patient with kids, Danes are people pleasers who make friends easily.
  • what does CGC certified mean?
    CGC (Canine Good Citizen) is an AKC 10-skill test. We believe that all dogs can be good dogs, and all owners can be great owners, all it takes is a little bit of training, lots of love, and of course, plenty of praise along the way. That’s why we advocate for the Canine Good Citizen® (CGC) program: an expert-made training program designed to help you and your dog be the best you can be–together. Canine Good Citizen is a 10-skill test that teaches good manners to dogs and responsible dog ownership to their owners. Any dog breed/mix can take the CGC test, your pup does not need to be AKC registered. The AKC website will have a list of trainers that are certified to test for the CGC and most of your local Petco or Petsmart trainers can perform the test as well. If you have any questions about the CGC program, feel free to reach out to us at any time via chat or email.
  • who qualifies as a Service Dog?
    A service animal is a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform specific medical tasks for a person with a disability. Generally, title II and title III entities must permit service animals to accompany people with disabilities in all areas where members of the public are allowed to go. To learn more about the definition of service animals click here: ADA.gov =========== Important PSA (public service announcment): ESA (emotional support animals) DO NOT qualify as service dogs and do not have public access rights under the ADA federal law. ESA's are ONLY recognized by the FHA (fair housing act) for home use only. You can find more information on the ADA website under Q17. Misrepresenting a dog as a service animal is a misdemeanor with a penalty of $2000 and/or jail time. In many states: "a person who recklessly allows any dog that is under the person's custody or control, interfere with, kill or cause physical injury to a service animal" is committing a felony! As detailed in the above stats, it takes hundreds of hours and nearly 2 years to fully train a service dog. PLEASE be mindful of service dogs in public and be kind and respectful to their handler. That means: NO TALK, NO TOUCH, NO EYE CONTACT! And try to give them at least 6ft. of space. People with disabilities face a more difficult life as it is, they do not need any added aggravation from the general public. When you are mindful and kind, we notice, and we really appreciate it! The god team🐾
  • how long until is production?
    Step 1: Your order is received, the art is composed and personalization is added, this usually takes 1-2 days. Step 2: The order is sent to print or embroidery. On average most products are ready within 2-3 days. Step 3: Once shipped you will receive an email with a tracking number. *If there is a delay or a size/color is backordered you will be notified by email.
  • what if I have a mixed breed?
    Please refer to the breeds preview and see if is one that is closest to your pet's look.
  • do you offer custom art?
    At this time only posters are available for custom requests.
  • can I cancel my order?
    Due to the unique process of personalized items, orders cannot be canceled, or refunded. In case of a lost item, please contact within 7 days of initial expected delivery so an inquiry can be submitted and replaced if needed.
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