This program is for you if you are looking for an amazing opportunity to learn how you can change lives by taking your passion for the love of dogs and dog training and building a career working hands-on with the best service dog training center.
Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, Inc. is proud to announce that we now offer the State of Florida’s first Medical Service Dog Training Apprenticeship Program that is registered with the State of Florida Department of Education Division of Career and Adult Education; and is also approved through the VA under the GI bill.
Our program can help you become a medical service dog trainer with all the necessary skills and knowledge base to complete the program. Let our expert training program help launch your career of helping others, by Unleashing the Power to Heal that Medical Service Dogs provide. This program is a 2.5 year commitment.
“From day one, Hoover has been my best friend. He gives me unconditional love”.
Applications Now Being Accepted for the Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs Apprenticeship Program
Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs is recognized as the industry leader in training medical service dogs. In fact, one of our dogs, Alice, was recently recognized as the 2019 American Human Service Dog and Hero Dog of the Year.
As a full-time apprentice, you will work 5 days a week alongside the best service dog trainers in the world. Throughout the program, you will have the opportunity to learn about our exclusive 6 life stage training process, while working hands-on with the dogs at our headquarters in Williston, Florida.
Guardian Angels has the first Medical Service Dog Training Apprenticeship program that is registered with the State of Florida Department of Education Division of Career and Adult Education. We will take you from zero training knowledge to a full medical service dog trainer with all the necessary skills and knowledge base to complete the program. This program is a 2.5 year commitment.
“GAMSD has allowed me to find a bit of my life that has been missing for many years. From the very first communication with them I felt like I was finding a new family and with the freedom to say, ‘I need help”. They immediately set to work finding the areas in which a service dog could help me. His name is Rebel. My constant companion who has saved me from myself, so to speak. At GAMSD, the constant access to them via phone, email is so important. As Carol told me, ” If there is a problem, we don’t give up. We just fix it.” I can never say enough good things about this selfless organization and the people who give so much of themselves to help others.”