David and Beau

David and Beau

David & Beau Beau is a big, boisterous dog who loves to charge around the garden and is sometimes too clever for his own good!  But another way of describing the 3 year old fox red lab/retriever cross is as a ‘life long partner’.  16 year old David, who suffers...
Marie and Isla

Marie and Isla

Marie & Isla “I can’t believe how lucky I am”  “A life changer, delightful, a dream dog, amazing, the best thing ever”, Marie’s love for her Medical Alert Assistance Dog, Isla, shines out of every word she uses to describe her. And Isla, a 2-year-old black lab, is...
Wendy and Holly

Wendy and Holly

Wendy & Holly In Holly’s capable paws After 25 years battling to retain her health, trying all the medical technology available, only a small, two-year-old dog called Holly has managed to give Wendy back her love of life. Wendy, now 38, was diagnosed with unstable...
Barbara and Frankie

Barbara and Frankie

Barbara & Frankie Barbara and her saviour, the big, beautiful Frankie Diabetes has cruelly controlled Barbara’s life for as long as she can remember. A devastating genetic trail of suffering and self-injection snakes from her grandmother, through 2 siblings and...
Gemma and Polo

Gemma and Polo

Gemma & Polo I can’t imagine life without him. Gemma was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes a month before her third birthday. Although Gemma was lucky enough to receive an insulin pump, she battled with poor hypoglycaemic awareness. This is when her blood sugar...

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