Dogs for Good depends on the gifts people like you kindly leave us in their Wills. Your gift will transform lives, creating more life changing partnerships between people and dogs.

You could help train a life-changing companion

We know that incredible things can happen when you bring people and dogs together. We train assistance dogs to support adults and children with a range of disabilities and children with autism. The results are life-changing.Toby and Sox

An assistance dog can enable someone to live independently, no longer reliant on carers or loved ones. They can mean a teenager has the confidence and freedom to go out on their own and join in with friends. They can protect and comfort a child for whom the world is a terrifying and unpredictable place.

A gift in your will could help us train more life-changing assistance dogs. 

Read about Toby and his Autism Assistance Dog Sox.

 

 You could help a child feel happy at school

School DogOur dogs don’t just support individuals, they help whole communities. One of our newest projects has been training dogs to work in Special Educational Needs schools, where for many children their school years present a great deal of challenges and difficulties. Specially trained dogs support students both within the classroom and in one on one sessions. The results have been remarkable.

A gift in your will could help us train more dogs to work in schools and communities, in turn changing the lives of hundreds of children.

Meet Community Dog Patience and see how she helps pupils at Stocklake Park School.

 

 You could help change a family’s life

We have seen time and time again the life-changing impact dogs can have onChatham family and Barnaby children with autism and their families. Our pet dog workshops, run by specialist trainers, bring together parents and carers of children with autism to explore the helping potential a pet dog may have in their family.

The results of these workshops have transformed lives, and brought the amazing potential of dogs to families across the UK.

A gift in your will could enable us to help hundreds more families.

Meet Harry and his family with pet dog Barnaby.