Triple M Assistance Dogs...
"Where dogs don't serve masters, they assist partners with
Manners, Mobility and Miracles."cmm
We are having puppies!!
Olympia (click) and Leo (click) are having puppies in April!! watch our local newspaper, Facebook and this web site for the birth announcement!!!
We are looking for puppy petters!
If you love puppies we need you to come and pet ours. By petting our puppies you are a vital socialization tool helping these puppies become future assistance dogs.
Puppy orientation class will be held mid April...contact us for more information and watch here, Facebook and the local newspaper for date, time and location.
Meet Piper......the newest member of the Triple M Assistance Dogs Puppies in Training. Piper came to us January 28, 2014 from Sartell, MN. Piper is an AKC Yellow Labrador and has a very sweet disposition. See her complete Bio on the assistance dog puppy page.
Percy...avalible for the Owner Trained Assistance Dog program!
Our Owner Trained Assistance Dog Program is a great way to get an assistance dog with out the long waiting lists that can occur with a dog trained by a program. However the draw back is finding the right dog, one with the right temperament and learning ability and living within 100 miles of Triple M Assistance Dogs. At Triple M Assistance Dogs we can assess your dog, find a dog for you and once in a while you can purchase one of our started dogs. Percy is a little over a year has a wonderful temperament, is a "thinker" and learns quickly but is a bit shy and will need a handler with patience. He is available for just the right person. Percy can be trained as all around assistance dog, mobility dog, or a Diabetic Assist Dog (DAD).
Contact us for more information.
Drop in Dog Classes....
Drop-in Pet Dog Classes will resume in the spring . These classes are an easy way for you to get the training that you need. Learn only the skills that you want, with out signing up for a formal 6-7 week program. You can also earn merit badges for your dog after he/she learns the command associated with the corresponding badge. Come on out and have some fun with your dog.
Check out our pet dog training page for more information.