Which dog type is best for you?
SERVICE DOG (GENERAL)
Service dogs are animals that assists you with everyday life activities. These activities include picking up items, turning on and off the lights and letting you know when someone is at your home. Service dogs assist those with disabilities and make their lives easier. Our staff will train and certify your dog to meet the A.D.A. requirements. We'll also teach your service dog to perform a variety of tasks to help you.
MEDICAL ALERT DOG
Medical alert dogs are life changing. This type of animal provide help when constant medical care is important. Our trainers will train your dog to help you with your disorder. Our dogs detect seizures, high or low blood sugar, and changes in cortisol levels among others. You will also receive a medical alert dog training pack!
Medical service dogs are also used to help both children and adults with many conditions. These include autism, down syndrome, panic disorders, post traumatic stress disorder and so much more! Our goal at Lost Creek is to make things easier for you and increase your quality of life.
Don't let the term "therapy dog" confuse you. These types of dogs are trained to provide comfort, love and peace of mind to others in a public environment. These environments include schools, retirement homes, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and disaster areas.
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL (E.S.A.)
These companions are not classified as service dogs, but they do have a job, E.S.A.s provide emotional benefits for people with a mental health or emotional condition. These guys are the "feel good" pets who make us feel better and are extremely therapeutic for their companion human.
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At Lost Creek, we offer long term service dog training for nearly any medical or physical condition you have. Our experienced behaviorists help you find the perfect medical alert service dog to meet your personal needs!
Don't suffer with your medical condition alone and without help.
We're here to help.
Meet the trainers at Lost Creek
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR EXPERT
Austin was born and raised in Nebraska. He has always had a love for animals of all kinds and loves working with animals as a profession! Austin has obtained a bachelor's degree in comprehensive Biology emphasized in Health Sciences with an animal psychology and behavior focus from the University of Nebraska. His experience includes the training of over 4000 dogs including service dogs.
DOG TRAINING EXPERT
Tiffany was born in Colorado, moved to Nebraska at age 13 and has been here ever since. She was raised with a deep love of animals and always had cats, dogs, hamsters, birds, and horses to shower with her love! Tiffany has an Australian Shepherd/Blue Heeler cross named Sassy.