Bleh... I guess I should update this...
The weather has been really bad (lots of rain and very, very cold) during the last few weekends... my yard is a huge mud hole/swamp... bad for a wheel chair, and training in general.
John and I had been e-mailing back and forth a few times, and he had been urging me to consider sending the boys to his "boot camp"... two weeks at his house w/all their food/toys/crates - the works.
He said they would "shadow" him for 14 days, be exposed to lots of other dogs, people, and different situations inside and outside of the home, and have regular trips to... the dog park.
Well, crap. That alone would be a deal breaker for me.
In those two weeks he would be teaching them basic obedience on and
off leash... sit, stay, heel, come, drop it, and lay down. At the end of those two weeks he *guarantees* their readiness for CGC certification. Hmmm... okay then.
Sepp needs to bring a prong collar... Faust doesn't.
Sepp might require training w/an e-collar... Faust doesn't.
I would not be allowed to visit the dogs during those two weeks, since it "hinders" the training progress.
So... I did some additional digging and found several other ads advertising his training/camp. One of them states that he can train any dog of any age as a certifiable service dog, for anyone, with any handicap... in SIX weeks
Sepp was right when he tried to knock that little bullsheister out of his wheel chair.
And, I'm going to keep looking...