Your generous donations allow us to train more dogs to assist their disabled owners.
Dog A.I.D. Announcement:
Office Open on Tuesdays
Our office is currently now open on a Tuesday. Our staff are still working remotely for the rest of the week and can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Dog A.I.D. mobile:
Normal office hours (9am - 5pm)
The Dog A.I.D. shop is now open. Orders will be processed once a week so may take longer than expected to reach you. Thank you for your patience.
We have updated our guidance for trainers and clients on the 6th of April 2021 You can find this in the client zone.
Dog A.I.D. (Assistance in Disability) was established in 1992 to assist people with physical disabilities, improving their quality of life by helping them train their own pet dogs to provide assistance with day-to-day tasks and in some circumstances providing life-saving interventions.
In 1996, the Dog A.I.D. Scheme was launched nationally at Crufts and today benefits from a team of over 100 Trainers and Assessors working on a voluntary basis across the U.K. from its base in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.
As at July 2019 there are currently 108 fully qualified Dog A.I.D. dogs throughout the country, with 123 more in training with 113 voluntary Dog A.I.D. Trainers. Training takes up to two years with both dog and owner receiving specialist education from our network of trainers and attain fully qualified Assistance Dog status through three distinct stages.
By supporting us you are helping us to make a life-changing difference to the people with physical disabilities and their families, so thank you …
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"By supporting us you are helping us to make a life-changing difference to the people with physical disabilities and their families, so thank you."
Assistance Dogs increase confidence & resilience, and decrease social isolation & reliance on friends and family members - as well as provide help with daily tasks that most of us take for granted. Here's a short video made by client Ruth Spurr at one of our training weekends - in it, our clients tell you what Dog A.I.D. means to them. Your generosity, and our wonderful team of voluntary trainers, enables us to do this … please help us to do more for people with disabilities throughout the UK …
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