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Precision Canine Service Dogs

Mobility Service Dog, Autism Assistance, Medical Alert and Response, Psychiatric Service Dog, Multipurpose Service Dog, Facility Dog

Labs, Goldens, Standard Poodles

Not Accredited Yet

Precision Canine Service Dogs

United States

Must be in the continental United States.


The organization provides: 

  • Vet Care

  • Food

  • Vest

  • Crate

  • Heartworm Preventative

  • Flea & Tick Preventative

  • Treats

  • Transportation

  • Any supplies needed

Raisers pay for:

  • OPTIONAL: Raisers can cover costs if they want 

Supplies & Financial 


The Basics:

Basic obedience commands, Socialization, Loose leash walking, Potty training, Public access behavior, Self-control around distractions, Grooming

Advanced Cues:

Retrievals, Push, Block/Cover

Training Responsibilities

  • Fill out an application


  • None

Time Commitment

  • Precision dogs are are altered (spay/neuter) between 18-24 months unless the veterinarian recommends earlier based on medical need. 

  • They are always altered before professional placement.


  • Flat Collar 

  • Nylon or Chain martingales

  • Ruffwear Harness

  • Gentle Leaders (case by case basis)

Training Equipment

  • There is a password protected area of our website with an instructional manual for our raisers. 

  • Zoom meetings with each raiser monthly and require monthly videos and reports. 

Training Guidance

The founder, Lauren, travels to pick the pups up for turn in.


Most of us all stay in close contact if we want. There are no restrictions as long as both parties agree.


Precision supports raisers financially through paying all expenses

They are very personal and provide support through curriculum

Precision Canine places Medical Alert and Response Service Dogs for Dysautonomia and PTSD Service Dogs for Veterans and Civilians along with service dogs for other needs. 


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