CMAC

THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY
OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE CANINES

Coaching for service dog professionals

About Us

The Center for the Study of Medical Assistance Canines CMAC) offers a variety of teaching and coaching services. Jennifer Cattet Ph.D. assists organizations in developing and implementing new service dog programs and teaches professional dog trainers about medical assistance dogs. When the situation allows, she offers in-person tailored consulting services based on the organization’s needs or online options.

Helping Organizations

Program Consulting

Helping organizations get started, improve their training program, and add services

Presentations & Seminars

Sharing knowledge about service dogs and medical detection.

International services

Fluent in both English and French, in-person and online coaching around the world.

Helping Organizations

Program Consulting

Helping organizations get started, improve their training program, and add services

Presentations & Seminars

Sharing knowledge about service dogs and medical detection.

International services

Fluent in both English and French, in-person and online coaching around the world.

Professional coaching/ teaching for dog trainers

Helping dog trainers improve their skills and learn about service dog training and medical alert dog training.

Collaborating in Research Projects

Collaborating in research studies in the field of Medical Detection Dogs.

New book from Jennifer Cattet Ph.D.!

Selecting And Training Your Service Dog: How to Succeed in Public Access Work

STAYING AHEAD

Science-based and ethical training methods for the
modern service dog trainer