Information for Clients

We help those over fifteen who have a physical disability which impairs their movement and their ability to perform tasks such as picking up dropped objects, opening and shutting doors, finding articles which have been mislaid, putting washing in the machine, taking it out, placing articles where required, fetching help and many other tasks.


The dogs also simply with their presence give reassurance, confidence and independence to their owners.


We are pleased to announce that we can now take on clients in the following areas:


Anglesey - Wales

Berkshire - Newbury

County Durham - Durham

Oxfordshire - Henley-on-Thames

Somerset - Crewkerne

Surrey - Cranleigh

West London - Shepherd's Bush

West Sussex – Chichester

West Yorkshire - Batley

Worcestershire- Hagley


In order for you to be considered you should live within approximately 30 minutes travel of the town, this is to keep the costs of travel and expenses to a minimum. It will be on a ‘first come first served basis’.


The only way to be considered is to complete the form; we will acknowledge receipt by email. This does not guarantee that you will be accepted as an initial assessment of suitability will need to take place. 


Completing the form does not mean that you are a client of Dog A.I.D. this will only be possible when all paperwork and assessments have been completed satisfactorily. 


We are still recruiting new trainers across the country and will add to the list when we can.

Dog A.I.D's Mission

To empower the less able; by supplying the pet dog owner with a trainer to help give them the knowledge and skills to train their pet dog to become a qualified Assistance Dog.