Cancer and Bio Detection Dogs

Bio Detection Dogs Donate Now Bio Detection Dogs Why our work is so important The UK has one of the worst cancer survival rates in Europe – because of late diagnosis. At Medical Detection Dogs we believe our research will help early diagnosis improve in the future....

About us

About Medical Detection Dogs Donate Now About Medical Detection Dogs About us Frequently asked questions about Bio-Detection Dogs Frequently asked questions about Medical Alert Assistance Dogs General Questions Frequently asked questions about dogs’ welfare...
Emily and Barna

Emily and Barna

Emily & Barna How Emily transformed the family puppy into her own life-saver. When Emily and her family chose an 8-week-old Hungarian Vizsla puppy as their first dog, they had no idea of what this dog was to be capable of and how he would dramatically improve all...
Jennifer and Joy

Jennifer and Joy

Jennifer & Joy Joy in the journey Jenn’s life changed dramatically when she almost died giving birth to her son and was diagnosed with life-threatening Sheehan’s Syndrome. Our son, Elijah was born on 30th April 2014, after a traumatic delivery. I lost a lot of...


Asher By Jo Lock Malaria is one of the world’s biggest killers, responsible for 584,000 deaths each year.  Rescue Dog Asher is working to help prevent the spread of the disease. Cocker spaniel Asher came to the charity after living with several owners who could not...

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