All posts by Service Dogs of Virginia

Frosty

Frosty

Frosty was named for Robert Frost but looks more like Frosty the Snowman with his nearly white coat, coal black eyes and black button nose. Frosty is very smart and clever, quick to figure out

Carly

Carly

Carly has a particularly striking face with her black nose, big eyes and creamy, yellow fur. She is courageous, strong, energetic, and curious about the world. She is eager to meet new people and loves

Woody

Woody

Named for a generous donor’s beloved dog Woodbine, Woody has got to be the most affectionate dog on the planet. His head can always be found gently perching in an available lap for stroking and

Cole

Cole

Cole is a quick learner with an outgoing personality. He is brave, bold, confident, and adaptable. He is being raised by a family with a member in a wheelchair (paired with one of our service

Birdie

Birdie

Sassy, smart, and periodically in trouble, Birdie is athletic, precocious, and very affectionate. Birdie has been seen standing on top of a table or climbing a shelf to get to a toy she has spied.

Theo

Theo

Theo is a gorgeous dog with light brown eyes that reach right in to your soul asking for support and love. He is smart and capable but requires his person to provide him emotional strength

Louie

Louie

Louie epitomizes the jazz musician his name honors. He is laid back, soft rather than intense, sweet and kind. Louie spent his early puppyhood as a member of the band that comes to our training

Congratulations to Hometown Hero, Peggy Law, SDV Executive Director

Congratulations to Hometown Hero, Peggy Law, SDV Executive Director

The law firm of Allen & Allen has declared our fearless leader, Peggy Law, a Hometown Hero! Peggy will attend several events around the Commonwealth, spreading the word about Service Dogs of Virginia and being