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Training assistance dogs to transform the lives of adults and children affected by epilepsy, autism and disability.
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Well done to super Kev! The pooch with the interesting back story came 2nd in the 'tough times to good times' category at Belper Dog Show. Kevin was an unwanted pet who to came to us via Dogs' Trust and is now transforming the life of client Wendy.
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Support Dogs Aug 23
Marky and trainer Steph hit the road on the for their first day of together. Looks like they're bonding pretty well already!
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Support Dogs Aug 22
This lovely lad is Buddy, still technically a puppy, but growing and learning fast ! Does he have what it takes to be a support dog for for someone with or ? Watch this space.
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Support Dogs Aug 22
We can't wait - do come along, have fun, ad support our charity and our brilliant dogs!
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Support Dogs Aug 22
Thanks and well done to everyone who made our visit to Mirfield Show such a success, and helped us win the 'best stand in show' award. Dogtastic!
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St John's Foundation Aug 20
Our plea for stamps to support has been heard! Our Senior Finance Assistant received an envelope full of foreign stamps this morning! Thank you so much. Keep 'em coming!
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One Health Group Aug 21
Could you be a Puppy Socialiser? Our Charity of the year need volunteers to provide a loving home and help prepare their puppies over their first year before they begin full time training as life-changing support dog. To learn more, go to
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Support Dogs Aug 21
Howzat! Dan the trainee pup is getting in the mood for the test at tomorrow.
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Support Dogs Aug 20
Meet Lawson, a fox-red Labrador, and one of our newest pups, out on a walk with his puppy socialiser near . Our pups have a great time being cared for by dedicated volunteers. Could you be a puppy socialiser?
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Support Dogs Aug 19
It's party time for the pups....trainees Cobble, Buddy and Brenda celebrated their 1st birthday with a bash; playing games, and eating a special doggy cake. Our will soon be starting their careers training as life-changing assistance dogs.
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Support Dogs Aug 18
Having visited a clothes shop in Lola investigates the soap display. All our dogs have to be confident in shops and busy places, keeping their client safe and secure at all times. Lola's doing really well.
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Support Dogs Aug 18
Lola's all dressed up with nowhere to go....the trainee assistance dog is working hard with her new client, and like many of our young dogs spends a lot of time in in getting used to shops and crowds.
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Support Dogs Aug 17
Trainee Dan is off for a train trip, courtesy of Our dogs-in-training love getting out and about and learning how to cope with everyday life. Find out more about our fantastic dogs here:
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Support Dogs Aug 17
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Support Dogs Aug 16
New pup and support dog of the future Ginny is enjoying the summer playing in the sand pit with a young friend. If you live in and can offer a loving home to like Ginny, before they start their training, do get in touch. Details:
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Support Dogs Aug 15
Its and our dogs have got relaxing down to a fine art!
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Support Dogs Aug 15
It's so why not hold one in aid of Support Dogs. We have everything you need so get in touch!There is no better excuse to eat cake!
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Support Dogs Aug 15
We're looking forward to the Dog Day Out at near on Sunday August 18, Wales' biggest dog event with fun-dog shows, classes and of course loads of pooches including our brilliant support dogs. See you there.
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Support Dogs Aug 15
It is pretty lovely!
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Support Dogs Aug 14
You'll be visiting our home City of Sheffield just in time for our music festival Woofwoofstock! We are a charity that trains dogs to support children with autism and adults with epilepsy and disability. We'd love you to come and meet us and our dogs.
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