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Colt has found his match in Steven

Very handsome Colt has been partnered with Steven, an Emergency Services veteran. Colt now lives with Steven and his family and everyone absolutely loves him – crazy antics and all! Colt is a beautiful...

Summer Volunteering

Summer Volunteers Wanted!

We are looking for Volunteers to help us this Summer. Service Dogs UK are being offered great opportunities to have stalls at fayres, shops and summer events (May – Sept) in and around ‪Sussex‬,...

soldiering on awards 2018 finalist

We’re finalists for the Soldiering on Awards!

We had some amazing news this week… The Soldiering On Awards have listed Service Dogs UK and one of our PTSD Assistance Dog Partnerships; veteran Mark Lanchbery and Jerry as one of three  finalists!...

3 PTSD Assistance Dog Teams graduate!

We had a FANTASTIC weekend graduating 3 more PTSD Assistance Dog teams! On Friday Shaun and Cassie were put through their paces to test if they, after all their months of hard work, were...

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 so do consider it seriously as...