Sponsor Holly

Sponsor Holly 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.

Sponsor Nora

Hello I’m Holly! I am an outgoing and excited puppy and with your help I can become a life-saving Medical Detection Dog.

Breed: Labrador 

Gender: Female

Colour: Black

Likes: Puppy creche with her puppy friend Rudy

Dislikes: Not getting to say hello to every dog at the park

Holly is a clever, outgoing and friendly little pup, who loves every dog and person she meets. She has settled in brilliantly to her new home, with her socialiser family who all adore her, and becoming best buddies with their pet labrador Mac. Holly is loving exploring the world, recently going out on her first walk to the park, after having her vaccinations. Over the next few months Holly will start to explore lots more, in her public access training including small shops, cafes and garden centres.

Holly loves puppy Creche and soon will start her training classes with fellow pups, starting to learn all she needs to know to one day be a Lifesaving Medical Detection Dog. She has lots to learn on her journey, and we can’t wait to follow her progress as she follows in the footsteps of some amazing Medical Detection Labradors. Good luck, Holly!

By sponsoring Holly today, you can help change lives, and be part of Holly’s journey to becoming a life-saving Medical Detection Dog.  

To find out how your support will make a difference you can read Elizabeth’s story below, and how Henry became her wet nosed knight in shining armour.

What do you get when you sponsor a puppy?

A welcome pack, including a fridge magnet, window sticker and regular pupdates from your puppy.
A welcome pack, including a fridge magnet, window sticker and regular pupdates from your puppy. You will also receive a cute, cuddly soft toy*

*Toy may vary from that shown

The difference a sponsor puppy can make

Elizabeth’s journey with PoTS has been a rocky one to say the least. She only appeared to have black out episodes whilst doing judo and used to get some kind of warning beforehand. As time passed she began to feel more unwell in day to day life; was always extremely tired and dizzy, ached constantly, and had frequent heart palpitations and chest pain. Her black outs also started happening more and more frequently without warning, and whilst doing daily activities, such as school, shopping or watching TV. Elizabeth also had a fair few bad injures and concussions from dropping suddenly. Henry and Elizabeth were partnered up and ready to give it a whirl in the real world. Elizabeth was blown away how much more relaxed, calm and safe her episodes were. Henry would alert, she’d sit down, and everything would run its course smoothly; no injuries or drama. With time his alerting became really strong and he hardly missed any episodes! Henry has allowed Elizabeth to take her independence back and start living! He’s her wet nosed knight in shining armour and she couldn’t be more grateful to him.

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