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ORGANIZATION: American Trained Service Dogs


Sunday marks 3 weeks since intake

We need 2 puppy raisers to place Chance and Storm in their puppy raiser home.

They will have had 2 sets of puppy vaccines and 3 sets of De Worming.

They will still need puppy shot rounds and their rabies shot at 16 weeks.

(we meet you to get those done for you)

They are already developing their routines, their pack habits, and show very unique personality traits.

Their best chance at becoming a Service Dog is by sending them to their individual raiser for one-on-one attention and steps guided in our puppy raiser manual. We also meet up regularly to fine-tune what has happened that week and where we can make adjustments and improvements on.

A little on each so far:

Chance- he prefers to be an only child.
He is more timid but smart.

Likes his crate its his resting place- he goes willingly.

He will go second on water or food but LOVES his treats!

He has beautiful soft green eyes.

Storm- she is smart.

Learned her routine quickly.

Will troubleshoot to get things from under places or around doors.

She LOVES food and is definitely going to be a water girl.

She plays in her small training wading pool and drinks or splashes in her water bowl.

She does WELL in groups and will always make it to the front of the line if you are passing out treats!

If you accept the challenge please call us: 210-601-4663 (HOME)

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About American Trained Service Dogs


10650 Culebra Rd Suite#104-456 San Antonio, TX 782, San Atonio, TX 78251, US

Mission Statement

Empowering veterans, first responders, medical professionals, and full-time students to lead more fulfilling lives through the support of our service dogs, aiding in the navigation of their daily routines.


Service dogs are trained to perform specific tasks to assist people with disabilities. Therapy dogs provide comfort and emotional support, but aren't trained for specific tasks.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) only grants public access rights to service dogs.

ATS Dogs allows people support of our service dogs


Veterans & Military Families
Animals, Community, Veterans & Military Families


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Veterinary
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Animal Therapy




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 6 months

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