Let's Go Places: Susquehanna Service Dogs

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Let's Go Places: Susquehanna Service Dogs

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Let's Go Places by @abc27news featured @SSDOGS & how service dogs change lives: http://bit.ly/1EOFvdy
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 10:20am

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Local Pennsylvania nonprofit Susquehanna Service Dogs, a program of Keystone Human Services, trains and places service dogs to assist men, women, and children to pursue everyday lives, including meaningful employment, education, and community life.

Original video posted on abc27 by Valerie Pritchett

Let’s Go Places traveled to Dauphin County to feature a local organization that is making a difference in the lives of those living with disabilities.

Susquehanna Service Dogs is a service organization that trains and placed dogs with individuals with disabilities to help improve their independence and their lives Amanda Nicholson, Director of Training and Breeding said.

So far, 250 dog/partner teams and counting.

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Ann Moffitt
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Keystone Human Services
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