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Four Service Dog Public Access Training Strategies with Veronica Sanchez

  • Thursday, May 04, 2023
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Four Service Dog Public Access Training Strategies with Veronica Sanchez


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 Public access training is the most difficult aspect of service dog work. However, it is also the least well understood. Preparing a service dog candidate for public access involves much more than simply taking the dog to different locations. In fact, doing this can result in the dog being stressed and overwhelmed.

Veronica Sanchez presents a webinar on practical strategies for preparing service dog candidates to work in public access. Public access environments vary greatly, Veronica will discuss some easy ways to assess the difficulty of different settings and set specific criteria for public access training. Attendees will learn easy to implement techniques that emphasize a gradual approach to public access work. These strategies set both service dog candidates and their handlers up for success.

About Your Presenter

Veronica Sanchez M.Ed, CABC, CPDT-KA is the founder of the Cooperative Paws Service Dog Coach™, an educational certification program for professional trainers in service dog training. Veronica also offers a variety of online courses on service dog training and often speaks and writes on service dogs for professional associations. She is the author of the book, Service Dog Coaching: A Guide for Pet Dog Trainers.

Veronica has a Masters degree in Education and a Bachelors in Psychology from George Mason University. She also has a Certificate in Brain Research in Education from the University of Washington. She has supported owner-trainers training service dogs for mobility, hearing, mental health, neurological problems and dual guide-mobility work. Veronica’s interest in service dogs is both personal and professional. She has a disability herself, a neurological condition called generalized dystonia, and she has trained her own dogs to assist as service dogs

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