Service Dogs of Virginia is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that raises, trains, and places dogs to assist people with disabilities. Highly trained dogs perform a multitude of tasks that allow greater personal freedom and independence. We serve clients residing in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and are based in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Join us for a rocking good time on April 25th with The Gladstones,
featuring local music legends Charlie Pastorfield and Bob Girard.
2 to 6 PMread more
Tickets: $25 (children 17 & under are free)
Available at the door day of show.
Please note that...
Hosted by Glenmore Life at Charlottesville Aquatics, join the action for a billiards tournament and Family Fun Day!
Saturday, May 2, 2015
2 p.m. until there is a billiards team winner
Magician, bouncy house, service dogs, silent auction,...read more
"Virginia Currents", a TV program produced by the Community Idea Stations in Richmond, VA, recently broadcast a terrific segment about our Diabetic Alert Dog program. To watch online please visit the Virginia Currents website. And please share the...read more
We're happy to introduce you to the next round of dogs in our annual Sponsor A Service Dog project.
Visit http://read more
www.servicedogsva.org/ index.php/support/ sponsor_a_service_dog to select a pup and follow his or her progress as they train to...
We always need puppy raisers! However, in order to become a puppy raiser (or perform any volunteer work that involves dog handling), you must take a mandatory training class. The class runs for 5 weeks generally from 5:30 - 8:30 pm one weekday...read more