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ECAD provided me with a very intensive submersion in service dog training, client review and instruction, public access and law, and non-profit organization during my 6 week certification class. I learned a lot then, and since, the people (and dogs!) of ECAD have helped me lay the groundwork for my own service dog training business.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Communication, communication. Everything changes so fast according to need that instructions change from task to task, but it's not always well communicated. =)
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What is unique about this organization?
This organization is unique in that it participates in so many aspects of the Service Dog industry. In addition to providing service dogs to those in need, ECAD's programs provide at-risk youth with valuable skills and confidence through teaching them to train, build the industry through teaching and certifying trainers, provide therapy dog services to a variety of people, and work with government to affect law regarding service dogs in public as well as policy regarding service dogs for veterans in need. I'm pretty sure they do it all!
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