We are delighted to be using the facilities at Great Bridgeford village hall to train our puppies
with our volunteer puppy parents. They meet on alternate Thursday mornings at 10.30 (staring on
the 5th january) with our Staffordshire
satellite trainer Julia Hurley, during these fortnightly classes and one to one home visits the puppies
are taught all there early stages training and socialising.
We are a registered charity dedicated to helping transform the lives of people with disabilities
through one of our amazing assistance dogs. Our dogs bring greater independence and a better
quality of life by performing tasks that are difficult, painful or even impossible for their partners.
We work with people with even the most complex disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy,
MS, brittle bones, polio, arthritis,
spina bifida, spinal injuries and amputees. We are working closely with
Help for Heroes to place dogs with veterans and servicemen and women.
These amazing dogs are trained to help with everyday tasks such as opening and shutting doors, unloading
the washing machine, picking up dropped items, pressing buttons and switches, and emergency response.
They also provide psychological and social benefits including increased confidence, motivation and
We donít receive any government funding so are wholly dependent on public donations to allow us to
continue our work.