Labrador X Golden Retriever
Gorgeous Labrador X Golden Retriever puppy Ariel is a very confident girl who loves to find toys to keep in her bed.
Yellow Labrador puppy Dolly is a lovely, affectionate girl with a really cheeky streak.
Why Sponsor a Puppy?
Imagine if everyday tasks were so challenging or physically demanding they affected your quality of life. For many people living with a disability or families with a child with autism in the UK today, that is their reality. A quarter of disabled people say they do not frequently have choice and control over their daily lives; when to get dressed, when to go out, when to do the everyday things that we all take for granted. Parents with an autistic child have been proven to have stress levels comparable to soldiers in armed combat.
Now imagine if this adorable puppy could become a specially trained four-legged friend to restore your, or your family’s, independence.
How your contribution will help
We currently have about 300 working assistance dogs, but in 2019 we received 7,000 assistance dog enquiries and almost 1,000 enquiries about our Family Dog service. The demand for our services is so high and, quite simply, we can’t help as many people as we would like to without more funding. Your regular gift will help:
- Support more puppies to come into our programme
- Provide all that our puppies need from food, collars and leads, to toys and puppy classes, to healthcare and insurance
- Extend our services to more areas
What you get as a sponsor:
As a sponsor, you’ll get a unique insight into your special pup’s training and follow their amazing journey to becoming a life-changing dog. You will receive:
- A Puppy Sponsorship certificate
- A beautiful photo of your sponsored puppy
- Regular communications about all aspects of our work and what’s involved in this transformation
- Periodic updates on your puppy’s progress through their training
- Dogs for Good fabric shopper or plush dog toy