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Puppy Raiser

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This is a virtual opportunity, and Facebook is required for this opportunity.

Title- Puppy Raiser

Mission- Your Service Dog Inc is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities by teaching them how to train a Service Dog Partner to perform to the dog’s full potential, by providing superior canine assistance. We also seek to assist Service Dog handlers by helping them attain their full human potential through utilizing canine assistance.

Purpose- Puppy Raisers assist the organization by helping disabled people obtain a free, partially-trained service dog. Not only do Puppy Raisers help disabled people, they can also be instrumental in providing a shelter and rescue dog with a second chance, a purpose, and a home.

Responsibilities-The Puppy Raisers will assume responsibility for the complete care of the puppy or dog with the assistance of qualified Service Dog. Trainers will learn how to train the puppy or dog by attending the online Prospect Evaluation course at Your Service Dog School; so, a stable internet connection is essential.

The "Lelah Sullivan Method of Training(tm)" will be used to train the dog. The initial training can last for four to six months, depending on the progress of the service dog. The Puppy Raiser will need to work in collaboration with the Trainers at Your Service Dog School, and they will monitor the progress of the Service Dog and keep day-to-day records of the dog's progress.

Needed skills- Love of dogs, compassion, critical thinking, patience, responsible dog handler, communication, ability to listen and accept instruction, detail-oriented, problem-solving, and ability to video record training sessions.

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Mission Statement

Your Service Dog Inc is dedicated to enhancing the Quality of life for people with disabilities by helping them to train a Service Dog Partner to perform to the Dog’s full potential in order to provide superior Canine Assistance as well as providing services to Service Dog handlers to help the Handler learn to attain their full Human potential by utilizing Canine Assistance.


There are a variety of programs and services offered through Your Service Dog inc. Owner Training Instruction

Our aim is to enable persons with disabilities to have the skills necessary to train their own Service Dog Partners, with the goal being for said dogs to be able to assist with the mitigation of each individual’s disabilities in the fullest capacity possible. ​

Canine Partner Placement

Eligible persons with disabilities who are not capable of training their own dogs may be able to access one through our Canine Partners Placement program.

Your Service Dog Inc's SDiT Prospect Evaluation and Placement Program places selected SDiT Prospects who have graduated through their Prospect Evaluation Program and have been on merit, selected as SDiT Prospects, and placed with suitable matching Handlers.

Services, Opportunities, Events and Activities for
​Veterans of War:

We strive to assist Veterans learn to overcome life challenges of disabilities which they acquired as a result of war, with the assistance of Canine Partners.​

Events and Activities for "First Responders," Teachers, Health Care Providers, and Other High-Risk Groups

To help our caregivers overcome life challenges of disabilities which they acquired as a result of their duties and circumstances, with the assistance of Full Potential Service Dog Canine Partners.

Advocacy & Human Rights
People with Disabilities


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This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Critical Thinking
  • Problem Solving
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • Puppy Raisers must be able to take care of the service dog daily.

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