Sponsoring a Puppy

Sponsor a puppy today and help us train more life-changing dogs. As a puppy sponsor, you’ll get a unique insight into their training through regular updates, photos and reports from the team here at Dogs for Good.

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What you get as a sponsor:

  • A unique Puppy Sponsorship certificate
  • A beautiful photo of your sponsored puppy
  • Regular updates to follow your puppy’s progress through their training
  • Personal accounts from their trainers and puppy socialisers

Exciting times ahead

Every puppy is different, and we’ll work closely with Neville and Ocean through their first year to identify which area of our work they will be best suited to.

They may become an Assistance Dog, comforting and protecting a child with autism and supporting the whole family, or providing practical help to a child or adult with physical disabilities. Or their talents may be better suited to being a Community Dog, supporting hundreds of children in a school or working with adults with autism.

It takes a huge amount of work and training to turn a tiny puppy like Neville or Ocean into a life-changing assistance or community dog. By sponsoring a puppy from just £5 a month, you’ll be helping us transform more lives.

The perfect present

You can also sponsor a puppy for someone else too – the perfect gift for any dog loving friend.

Do you know someone who’d love to join our Small Sponsors gang? Our junior puppy sponsorship is a great gift for children who love dogs.

Become a Puppy Partner

If you’re aiming to raise a larger amount through your fundraising, you could become a Puppy Partner.

The Perfect Gift Sponsor Today

Do you already know which pup's journey you'd like to follow?

The Perfect Gift The perfect gift

Why not treat someone you love to a puppy sponsorship gift?

Sponsor now! Small Sponsors

The perfect gift for children who love dogs

Watch our puppies

You can meet some of our special puppies on the 'Wonderful World of Puppies' on Channel 5.