Brogan and Wadsley prove epilepsy doesn’t need to be a barrier

While many were trying to get through the boredom of lockdown, Support Dogs’ epilepsy seizure alert client Brogan Evans was determined to put herself through her toughest-ever challenge. Read more

Monty Don's Christmas auction for Support Dogs

We're teaming up with Monty Don for a very special auction to save and improve lives this winter Read more

Please help to make lives better this winter

Please donate to our winter appeal so that our support dogs can continue to save lives. Read more

Going Red for Blade

Sheffield United are holding a virtual bucket collection this weekend to raise vital funds for our charity. We are going from blue to red to cheer them on Read more

Banish the winter blues

With the dark nights upon us, we have three festive themed events for you to join from your home during December. Read more

Will you take on our Santa Paws Challenge

Would your school, youth group or Club like a virtual visit from one of our puppies in December? If so get involved! Read more

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

Extra special Fathers Day gift

For Father's Day we are offering lucky Dad's and special people in your life the opportunity to have a video call with one of our puppies when you sponsor one of our dogs or puppies in training. Read more

Brogan takes on a two-month long triathlon

Brogan and her seizure alert dog Wadsley are taking on a series of challenges as part of a two-month long triathlon. Read more about their challenge and how to support them. Read more

Calling all stay at home heroes

From Sunday 26 April, we’re asking you to dream up an activity based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 and fundraise for our work as part of the nationwide 2.6 challenge! Read more

Entries aplenty for our virtual dog show!

What better way to spread some joy during these difficult times and lend a paw to Support Dogs than a virtual dog show! Check out the entries so far. Read more

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. Read more

Plan B fundraising ideas

We have put together some virtual fundraising ideas so that you can continue to support our work from your own home including our virtual dog show! Read more

Dog-mad couple find puppy love

Dog-loving retirees John and Jean have found a satisfying new role in life - as puppy socialisers for Support Dogs. Read more

Third time lucky for London marathon runner Nik

Nik Sandars is hoping it will be third time lucky when he takes on the 40th London marathon next month. Read more

Thrill-seeking Andrea wing-walks for charity to celebrate her 40th

Thrill-seeking Andrea Brydon is planning to mark her 40th birthday with the ultimate adrenaline rush – wing-walking. Read more

Please donate to us this winter

It is only with your help that our support dogs continue to change lives. Read more

Change a life this Christmas

Make a donation this Christmas or sponsor a dog as a wonderful gift to transform the lives of those affected by autism, epilepsy and disability. Read more

Give a gift that will save a life this Christmas

We have a whole host of gifts with all profits helping us to save and transform more lives than ever before. Read more

Woofwoofstock is back!

Woofwoofstock is back!  Our month long doggie-inspired virtual music festival is back for another year, raising vital funds for our work.  See how you can get involved! Read more

Harry and Maya win £1,300 for Support Dogs!

We were thrilled when two students from St Andrews Prep School in Eastbourne choose to nominate us for their Headmasters Award and even more delighted when they said they had won! They have kindly written to us to tell us more. Read more

Keeping your dog cool this summer

With the onset of summer weather, it's really important to be aware of the effects of heat on hardworking assistance dogs at the hottest times of the day. Read more