Who we are

Working to advance research into the early diagnosis of cancer and other serious diseases

Colorectal cancer trial

Medical Detection Dogs receives green light for first ever UK canine colorectal cancer trial

Sponsor a puppy

Support a new recruit and help save lives.

Parkinson’s Detection Dogs

Medical Detection Dogs are working on a two year study with the University of Manchester into the early detection of Parkinson’s.

Meet our clients

“Molly makes me feel safe and confident. I don’t know what I would do without her”
Bio Detection Dogs

Bio Detection Dogs

Dogs can be trained to identify the odour of cancer and potentially the development of a simple method of non-invasive cancer diagnosis.

Medical Alert Assistance Dogs

Medical Alert Assistance Dogs

With their amazing sense of smell our Medical Alert Assistance Dogs support individuals who live with dangerous health conditions.

The £50 Challenge

The £50 Challenge

Medical Detection Dogs needs businesses, community groups and schools with BIG ideas to take on our £50 challenge.

Round Pound Appeal

New Training and Research Centre

Looking forward to the opportunities that our wonderful new facilities will give us to expand our service.

Entries close at 12.00pm on Thursday 28th June.

Latest news

Medical Detection Dog Daisy

It is with huge sadness that I must announce that Medical Detection Dog Daisy passed away on Monday 5th February 2018 after a very short illness. Daisy was a beautiful, gentle special dog who has been my lifeline for over 13 years. Her work persuaded many of  the...

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