Susquehanna Service Dogs
Susquehanna Service Dogs raises, trains, and places service dogs and hearing dogs, as well as facility dogs, to assist children and adults with disability to become more independent.
About Susquehanna Service Dogs
Our service dogs are individually trained to enhance their partner's life and assist them to be more independent. All of our dogs must have excellent manners and follow basic obedience cues, as well as specific tasks to mitigate their partner's disability.
Our service dogs can be trained to assist children and adults with a variety of disabilities. They can assist people with physical disabilities, such as spinal cord injuries, polio, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, arthritis, stroke, seizure disorder, and other similar disabilities. Some dogs can be trained to support people with psychiatric disabilities, autism, and PTSD. We also train hearing dogs to assist people with hearing impairments. SSD trains service dogs for military veterans.
Kerry Wevodau Phone: 717-599-5920 firstname.lastname@example.org