For autism, for epilepsy, for physical disability - our amazing support dogs change lives. We are a national charity and rely entirely on voluntary donations

Your support means so much to us

We rely entirely on voluntary donations and need your support, so that we can help more people.

Support Dogs statement: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our support dogs will continue working and caring for our clients 24/7 365 days a year. We remain committed to providing the training and support needed to do this and to help even more people in the future.

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Author: Danny Anderson

Skydive

Jumps are now happening again across the UK! For the ultimate thrill an unforgettable experience sign up to a skydive!

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Could you be a puppy socialiser?

Could you do something amazing? We're looking for volunteer puppy socialisers to provide a loving home and help us prepare our puppies over their first year

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Last year our support dogs provided over 600,000 hours of support to their clients

Our amazing volunteers donated over 100,000 hours over the past year to help change lives

Every £1 we spend on on our work, there is an estimated societal saving of £19

Meet Dave

Dave is a disability assistance dog providing life-changing support to his owner on Merseyside . He is a Labrador and his birthday is 16th September. Find out more about Dave.

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Author: Tess Thompson

News

  • 2020 Doggy Olympics

    With the Tokyo Olympics cancelled, we have put together two amazing challenges for you or your dogs to take part in and fundraise for our work. Read more

Events

  • Skydive

    Jumps are now happening again across the UK! For the ultimate thrill an unforgettable experience sign up to a skydive! Read more