oh boy . Sounds like this dog is not cut out for the job.
Some major nerve and confidence issues .
No dog should have been promoted as a "seizure alert" dog at 10 months of age. Not being house trained throws some suspicion on how much socialization this dog has had .
Who selected the dog ? You or the trainer?
Here is the problem and it is a big one --- if this dog is this fearful with fairly normal situations how is it going to act when one of your sons DOES have a seizure ?
There are organizations which have genuinely qualified staff that either have a breeding program, are "pickers" , can raise a dog for the job , and can train , and will release the dog to the right match home , and will stand behind their "product" - including many in home training sessions .
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