Explore The UDS Service Dogs Program
UDS service dogs are trained from pups for over two years by a team of dedicated volunteers and professionals. Then, they’re partnered with people who have a mobility disability, autism or PTSD to help them live fuller lives. We’re here to provide help with getting a service dog in PA.
Service Dogs for Mobility Disabilities and Autism
If you’re an individual with autism or have a mobility disability, a UDS service dog can help improve your quality of life.
Pups in the Classroom
We offer service dogs that are specially trained to help children who struggle in the classroom.
We’re always looking for volunteers to provide puppy homes or work as puppy cuddlers and puppy sitters (and more)!
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Become a social media friend to stay in touch with our pups!
Sponsor a Dog
Our service dog program is supplemented by donations from generous individuals and businesses in our community.
Support Our Service Dogs
Visit our virtual donation eStore to help support our service dogs in training. Treat them to a bag of dog food, a collar and leash, help them stay clean with doggie hygiene products and more. We have virtual donations to fit any budget starting at $10.
Service Dog Demonstrations
Our Service Dogs team is availble to visit your community group, business, civic club, school, youth group, etc. to demonstrate how these amazing animals can change lives.
Make A Difference
Gifts of any size make a positive difference to individuals with disabilities in our community.
UDS SERVICE DOGS ARE ACCREDITED BY ASSISTANCE DOGS INTERNATIONAL, INC. (ADI)
ADI is a worldwide coalition of non-profit programs that train and place Assistance Dogs. ADI has become the leading authority in the Assistance Dog industry. Their objectives are to establish and promote standards of excellence in all areas of assistance dog acquisition, training and partnership, facilitate communication and learning among member programs, and educate the public to the benefits of Assistance Dogs and ADI membership. Assistance Dogs organizations that pass ADI’s accreditation process become ADI Accredited Member program, and are assessed every five years to ensure they meet the highest standards in the industry.