Welcome Days

Come and see our amazing work for yourselves with a demonstration by our Bio Detection Dogs and a talk about the life-changing impact our Medical Alert Assistance Dogs have on the clients they save every day.

Our welcome days give you a unique opportunity to see our dogs in action detecting the smell of diseases like cancer, Parkinson’s and malaria , and to hear from people who place their lives in the paws of dogs we’ve trained specially to detect when their smell changes before a medical emergency.

We promise you a fascinating and sometimes quite emotional experience – and the best cake!

We receive no government funding and rely entirely on the generosity of supporters to carry out our life-saving work so there is a suggested donation of £10 for each person attending.

These sessions take place at our training centre:

Medical Detection Dogs
3 Millfield
Greenway Business Park
Great Horwood
Milton Keynes
MK17 0NP

If you would like to join us please complete the form below…

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