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Roller Disco

Lee’s Roller Disco!

A true Feel Good Friday Message from Lee: Roller Disco’s Lee went with his sons (8 & 9 years) and his PTSD Assistance Dog, Ajax, to a kiddie roller disco!!  Lee did feel quite...

Colt

Welcome Colt

Welcome Colt to team Service Dogs UK! He’s … handsome, stunning, cheeky, loves to learn, has seriously good looking legs and a smile that melts anyone’s heart. He also has an excellent sense of humour,...

Difference PTSD Assistance Dogs Make

The Difference Our PTSD Assistance Dogs Make

As a charity we ask for regular feedback from our veterans on how they are finding life and the programme – and how training or having a PTSD Assistance Dog is making all the...

Fostering – Can you make ALL the difference?

Fostering is absolutely vital to our organisation; this is really where YOU can make the difference to both a dog and a veteran. Fostering is a real commitment and do consider it seriously as...

Bella & Benny

The reality of PTSD by a veteran

“To awake from a nightmare frightened, sweating and disorientated in the dark, It is not thirty years ago, of trying to help wounded friends or of being on a heightened state of alert, even...

Dog Trainers Wanted

Are you a Dog Trainer full of passion for dogs & people and based in Hampshire, Sussex or Surrey? We are looking for experienced, talented and positive reinforcement dog trainers to help our veterans train our...

From Rescue to PTSD Assistance Dogs (Benny & Bella)

Service Dogs UK, are pleased to announce that another 2 veteran/assistance dog partnerships graduated this weekend! Steve with Benny and Terry with Bella graduated this weekend! We are so so very proud of both...

Shaun & Cassie on Channel4

As part of the SuperVet – Animal Rescue Special, Channel4 visited us for an item that was featured on the Channel4 programme. In case you missed it here is a short of the interview...

Do’s & Don’t of Supporting Someone with PTSD

Be a friend and a true support. Part of the stigma of PTSD is that because you cannot see it, it’s not real. Stigma means people struggle coming forward, seeking help which ultimately means a...