It’s puppy love for dog lover Julie

Dog-lover Julie Helliwell has never owned a pooch in her life – yet in the past three years she has given 13 puppies the very best start in life. Read more

Jack the Lab

How the popular pooch is lightening the life of client Charlotte, who has MS. Read more

Dog-loving Karlie’s dream job

Getting paid to work with puppies? It’s every dog lover’s dream job. But what is it really like to be a Support Dogs’ puppy coordinator? Karlie Wilson spills the beans. Read more

Three canine heroes change Ann’s life

As Support Dogs celebrates its 30th anniversary, long-term client Ann, who has epilepsy, looks back over some memorable moments with her three life-saving seizure alert dogs – and at what life was like before her first support dog. Read more

Support dog of the future Alex makes two families proud

Puppy Alex is keeping the memory alive of a young man called Alex who died after an epileptic seizure. Read more

Lockdown silver lining for Diana and her support dog Lennie

Diana and her Labrador Retriever Lennie qualified as a disability assistance partnership despite starting their training in unpromising circumstances. Read more

Support dog Mater gives Freya a sporting chance

Support dog Mater has given Freya, who has muscular dystrophy, the confidence to realise her dreams as a top UK wheelchair athlete. Read more

Gentle Dawnay is keeping Stanley safe

How a laid-back Lab is having a life changing effect on a young boy with autism. Read more

Thomas is thriving thanks to autism assistance dog Marky

With autism assistance dog Marky by his side, helping him to face the world, Thomas feels safe and secure. Read more

Tracey’s training dogs to change lives

Support Dogs’ senior instructor Tracey Moore talks about the job she loves. Read more

Georgie is the best for Kevan

Life looked bleak for Kevan after a massive stroke drastically changed his life. But that was before the arrival of super-dog Georgie… Read more

The lightening effects of a dog called Thunda

Thanks to his autism assistance dog Thunda, seven-year-old Franklin and his family can enjoy normal activities like going to the park. Read more