Heather and Lifton

Heather and Lifton

Heather & Lifton I could never thank Medical Detection Dogs enough for giving me my life back. ‘Love is Lovelier the second time around’ — the song has come true for Heather Way and Lifton, her beautiful, black Labrador/curly coat Retriever cross. He was...
Chris and Jade

Chris and Jade

Chris & Jade Chris Gardner was a typical 22-year-old enjoying his job as a hospital porter and in his spare time playing basketball, running and drinking with his mates. Then, with absolutely no warning, he collapsed. He awoke to find himself in A&E with a...
Roots and the Downings

Roots and the Downings

Client stories Roots and the Downings Diabetes Alert Dog Roots, a working Cocker Spaniel, has become the first Medical Alert Assistance Dog to alert two Type 1 diabetics to dangerous drops in their blood sugar levels. Neil Downing and his son Jack are the first people...
Sue and Casper

Sue and Casper

Client stories Sue and Casper Diabetes Alert Dog Sue always had difficulty managing her blood sugar but following a bad infection in 2006 she lost all hypo awareness symptoms, With no idea what her blood sugars were she started to collapse more frequently without any...

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