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American Service Dogs

American Service Dogs

(575) 323-1727

American Service Dogs

3 years in business
725 S Solano Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88001
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (575) 652-3217
Additional Website Addresses
BBB File Opened: 08/13/2015
Business Started: 09/01/2013
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Corporation
Business Management
  • Mr. Jared Lathams, Manager and Lead Trainer
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. Jared Lathams, Manager and Lead Trainer
Business Category
  • Service Animals - Training



Whether you are interested in having a well-behaved, obedient pet to enjoy, or are looking for a service dog partner, American Service Dogs promises to provide the best and most progressive training at a reasonable price, backed with the best possible service for our clients.

Our Training Philosophy and Methods 
Our training philosophy is simple. We recognize every dog and handler team to be unique. We want to give you the tools to work with your dog in your situation.
We work to devise a training program for each dog and handler that fits their individual situation. Our training methods are based on motivational principles. Our goal is to motivate the dog to learn and perform, while building confidence in both the dog and handler. We encourage success with humane, consistent, interactive training. We treat each dog as an active participant, a student to be taught and molded, rather than forced. Our knowledge of animal behavior and our years of experience allow us to shape the dog’s behavior and enlist their willing participation in the training process.

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