Puppy sponsorship

Puppy sponsorship

By sponsoring our puppies you make a real difference by helping to support their care and training.

Dogs are donated to us from breeders, rescue and welfare charities or just because they need a new home. They are chosen for their ability which allows us to work with a variety of breeds.

It can take up to 18 months to train a puppy and costs £29,000  to care, train, place and support a dog and his ‘owner’ for life.

During their training they live with volunteer socialisers and their families. For as little as £5.00 a month you can help us create lots more life-saving Medical Alert Assistance Dog partnerships.

We need to ensure that the Charity can continue growing to meet the ever-increasing demand for a Medical Alert Assistance Dog, and to reduce the time applicants need to wait for their dog. That means we need to secure funds to train more puppies and dogs every year.

Donate from £5 a month or £60.00 for a year

Donate from £5 a month or £60.00 a year you’ll receive:

  • The Sniff magazine
  • Pen
  • Thank you postcard

Donate from £10 a month or £120.00 for a year

Donate £10 per month or £120.00 a year you’ll receive:

  • The Sniff magazine
  • Pen
  • Thank you postcard
  • Pack of greeting cards

Sponsor by post

If you would prefer to sponsor our puppies by post please download, print and return our Puppy Sponsorship Form ».

If you would like a Puppy Sponsorship Form posted to you please call 01296 655888.

Please consider sponsoring our puppies today and help us ensure we can continue to train many more life-saving dogs.

For further information please contact operations@medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk

 

or call 01296 655888.

Other puppy sponsoring options:

Name a puppy

Puppy starter kits

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