Sponsor Crystal

Sponsor Crystal

Sponsor Crystal Sponsor Crystal today and help her save a life From just £5 a month you can sponsor a Medical Detection Dog puppy on their journey from a bundle of fur to a fully qualified Medical Detection Dog. Support us in our 15th Anniversary year by sponsoring...
Sponsor Winnie

Sponsor Winnie

Sponsor Winnie Sponsor Winnie today and help her save a life Sponsor Winnie from just £5 a month and you will receive a fantastic welcome pack and regular pupdates following his training. Hi, I’m Winnie. I’m a happy and playful puppy and with your help, I can become a...
Sue and Jake

Sue and Jake

Sue & Jake Big Paws to Fill Jake took on a big job for a young dog, when he stepped up to fill Caspar’s role as Susan’s alert dog.  Susan,  says of Jake, a black lab, ‘He was a young but mature soul with an old wise head on his broad shoulders’. Caspar, a...
Lucy and Wolfie

Lucy and Wolfie

Lucy & Wolfie Soulmates Lucy suffers from PoTs* and ME** but has met her soulmate in Wolfie, a 3 year old black Labrador, who she describes ‘as a pure droplet of sunshine in her life’.  Wolfie was bought as a puppy, especially to train as an alert dog, Lucy felt...
Emily and Nieve

Emily and Nieve

Emily & Nieve Light at the end of the tunnel ‘Light at the end of the tunnel”, was how Emily describes the moment she decided to approach Medical Detection Dogs. Suffering from PoTs and Mast Cell Activation syndrome, where external allergies and the body’s own...

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