International Assistance Dog Week

International Assistance Dog Week (August 4-10) is a week dedicated to recognizing and honoring the work assistance dogs do to change people's lives. Susquehanna Service Dogs, a program of Keystone Human Services Children & Family Services, is celebrating by sharing stories and photos from some of the men and women who have SSD service dogs, as well as from the puppy raisers and volunteers who make it possible to raise and train these life-changing dogs.

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