Connie and Roo

Connie and Roo

Connie & Roo Connie now feels secure enough to go outside and do things she couldn’t before Up until the age of 20 Connie was having a normal young person’s life, but in her final year at University she slowly began to feel very unwell. After a minor surgical...
Juanita and Toffee

Juanita and Toffee

Juanita & Toffee ‘I am extremely lucky to have such a wonderful dog. We are a real team’ We all think our own dog is special and everyone knows that all Medical Detection alert dogs are wonderful for the work they do in keeping their partners safe and enriching...
Louise  and  Mercedes

Louise and Mercedes

Louise & Mercedes “Just being around her makes me smile.”  Created by the J motion video production company The missing piece of her jigsaw is how Louise describes her Medical Alert Assistant Dog, 2-year-old Labrador Mercedes. Louise is liable to faint without...
Jamie and Richmond

Jamie and Richmond

Jamie & Richmond Richmond – from cheeky pup to best friend and life saver 15-year-old Jamie got more than a puppy when Medical Detection dog Richmond came to stay. He got his mum back. Jamie who was diagnosed with a rare blood glucose disorder just before...
Elspeth and Moby

Elspeth and Moby

Elspeth & Moby How a cup of coffee changed Elspeth’s life ‘It was just peculiar. The leaflet was laid out on the table in the coffee shop when we sat down. It was as if it was just meant to be.’ This is how Elspeth describes her first introduction to Medical...

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