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Our available Service dogs,
those those in training, and ones that finished training and joined their Person

On average, there is a 12-24 month waiting list for a service dog. 

I am sorry, there is not a set "menu" price for a service dog.

The price of a finished service dog is based on the dog, the type of tasks, the number of tasks, and if any additional harnesses are needed. 



We are ecstatic to announce we have added two more Light Yellow English Labs into our training program. 

Trevor and his brother Mason came to Tennessee from Mississippi. The boys came from Sure Shot English Labs where we have gotten other outstanding service dog pups from. We are beyond impressed with this breeder! 


The English Lab is the universal soldier, they are versatile and make amazing service dogs. This breed has the most gentle temperament and is so confident and loving. 


These boys will certainly carry the breed traits of being a Talented Service Dog!

Currently, Trevor is still available. 

I would love the opportunity to enrich your life through Mobility Assistance, Mobility support, PTSD, Seizure Alert, Seizure detection, Diabetic alert, or Hearing Assistance with one of our service dogs in training.

Please complete the service dog questionnaire for more information. 

(Link at top of page)

Our Preferred Breeders 

Sure Shot English Labs

Trevor and Mason Sure Shot English Labs

Sure Shot English Labradors not only have some absolutely beautiful labs, they have outstanding quality too.

All of their dogs are high quality, well-tempered English labs designed to preserve the wonderful qualities of the breed and improve their life spans.

We are excited to announce we have two puppies from their bloodline that will be joining us soon who will grow into Service Dogs to assist individuals with mobility, hearing, seizure alert/detection, PTSD, or autism assistance down the road.

If you are looking for an outstanding English Labrador raised with love, compassion, and wonderful bloodlines - contact Sure Shot for your puppy needs.

Please contact me if you have any questions or contact them directly.

Homegrown Standards

Home grown Standard Poodles

Homegrown Standards focus is to raise happy, healthy, high quality AKC Standard Poodle puppies. We breed for temperament & breed standards. Our puppies are raised on the Bad Ass Breeder  curriculum, setting the puppies up for ultimate success. 

We are small breeder in Middle TN, only having one to two litters a year

Please contact me if you have any questions or contact them directly through their Facebook page.

or email: 

H&M Acres Newfoundlands

H&M Acres Newfoundlands of Indiana

H&M Acres Newfoundland focus is to raise happy, healthy, high quality AKC Newfoundland puppies. Our dogs are part of our family...they attend soccer practices & games, they camp with us, they swim with us, with us! all!  They have a little over 3 fenced acres to play on as well as a nice pond to swim in.   They LOVE to rescue our kids & their friends while they swim!  Even the neighborhood dogs like to come over to play!  They truly are a part of our family. All breeding dogs have their health certificates for hips - PennHip, DNA - cystinuria  & D.M. , OFA - elbows & hearts.


I want to say a Huge Thank You to Puckett EMS / Puckett EMS TN / N.GA and Keith Riddle for the much appreciated donation of a CPR Dummy to assist with service dog task training!

This CPR Dummy will be a great addition to my training program for Deep Pressure Therapy - the pups in training will really benefit from it!

Charlie was happy to accompany on the trip to Puckett Ems Station 10 in Dunlap!

Thank you again!

Service dogs enrich the lives of individuals with special needs or disabilities or individuals that just need assistance. 

Dogs can be taught many behaviors to assist and enrich an individual's life - depending on the client's needs. Some behaviors I teach include (but are not limited to):

Mobility and Hearing Assistance Dogs

  • Providing Mobility Assistance

  • Providing Assistance for the Hearing Impaired

  • Retrieving specific objects (DVD’s, keys, remotes, etc.)

  • Retrieving dropped articles

  • Opening doors, drawers, and cabinets

  • Turning on or off lights

  • Getting help

  • Barking or exhibiting a certain behavior to alert toward danger, doorbell, or telephone

  • Stopping at certain objects

  • Finding scents

  • Walking slowly to lead the individual

  • Carrying objects

Seizure Alert/Response

  • Touch - to alert an individual of a tick or behavior or situation

  • Alerting of a seizure

Autism Support Dog

  • Lay/apply body pressure - Deep Pressure Therapy

  • Pulling or stopping on command

  • Emergency down - to stop someone from wondering off or crossing a dangerous road

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