Louise  and  Mercedes

Louise and Mercedes

Louise & Mercedes “Just being around her makes me smile.”  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 warning at anytime because she suffers from Postural...
Zoe and Stowe

Zoe and Stowe

Zoe & Stowe “Life is so much better with Stowe by my side” Zoe started to become unwell in 2007, having returned from a 3-month volunteer programme working at a Wildlife rehabilitation centre in South Africa. After several months of extreme fatigue and...
Michelle and Francis

Michelle and Francis

Michelle & Francis It is so wonderful to be able to live a ‘‘normal’’ life Michelle is partnered with gorgeous lovable Labrador Francis who alerts her before a PoTS episode, giving her the time to make herself safe. Michelle was diagnosed with PoTS / Ehlers Danlos...
Elizabeth and Henry

Elizabeth and Henry

Elizabeth & Henry He’s her wet nosed knight in shining armour Elizabeth’s journey with PoTS has been a rocky one to say the least. She didn’t have a proper diagnosis for years, but things started off somewhat manageable.  She only appeared to have black out...
Katie and Archie

Katie and Archie

Katie & Archie There are no words for what Archie has done for me. He has given me my life back. In her 25 years, Katie Purcell has broken every bone in her body, including her spine, at least once and has even fractured her skull. Swimmer Katie, who competes at a...

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