Dogs for Good makes life changing differences to people with disabilities. It is a national charity, training dogs to support adults and children with physical disabilities, and children with autism. Our Assistance Dogs help people lead more independent lives at home and in the community. They can help with specific tasks around the home, provide a social bridge into the local community, and provide companionship and emotional support.
We currently have over 300 trained Assistance Dogs working in the UK, and have worked with over 900 families giving them advice and support to get the most out of their relationship with their pet dog. We also train and support activity and therapy dogs to work in communities and schools.
Dogs for Good is based in Banbury. We also have centres in Culcheth and Bristol, and support clients throughout the country.