Tag Archive: training

May 10

Sweet Snoopers – New Online Diabetes Alert Dog Training Program

“Sweet Snoopers” is a new on-line training program developed by Debby Kay for people with Diabetic Alert Dogs and Dog Trainers. This program is a gold standard of education excellence to enhance the training in all levels of a professional Service Dog team, from beginning, intermediate, advanced and maintenance training in Diabetes Alert Dogs. Debby …

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May 10

Great Training Places for Service Dogs

On our recent trip to the east coast in April, Ellie and I visited the Marine Corps Museum in VA. It is an amazing, beautifully designed museum.  The layout is well lit and displayed with a wealth of historical information. It also had several area’s designed for teaching young children. There is information and artifacts …

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May 10

TSA LAX Roundtable – May 2015

Ellie and I participated in TSA’s Multicultural and Disabilities Department Roundtable discussions at LAX in May 2015. We shared our concerns and discussed ways to improve procedures for passengers going through the security screening process for air travel. I am honored to be a part of the TSA coalition. I am always striving to find …

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Oct 29

Do Your Part for Safe Air Travel by Being Prepared

Maintaining security and safety that continues to plague the air travel industry is a challenge faced by all personnel in this field and the people who use it. Though flying can still be a fun adventure, it is no longer the carefree experience we once remembered before 9/11. Now we are faced with being inspected, …

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Sep 22

K9 Wings Service Dog Airport Training Seminars – Security, Safety and Efficiency in Air Travel

San Diego International – September 21st, 2014 Attendees Service Dog teams got to enjoy San Diego’s newly remodeled state of the art international airport and California’s beautiful pacific coastal weather. I want to thank TSA, Airport and JetBlue officials whose contribution to the education, learning and training was invaluable for making the K9 Wings Seminar …

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