In a nutshell
Dogs for Good provide life changing differences for people with disabilities by providing them with not just a dog, but their new companion. The expertly trained dogs support these people in many ways.
Today there are thousands of people across the UK who need support on a daily basis to complete tasks which many of us do ourselves. With the help, their assistance dogs can open doors, help them get dressed and unddresses, retieve items suchas mobile phones, keys or a bag, pressing a pedrestrian crossing button and support while shopping by handing over items suchas a wallet or purse. A recognised assistance dog provides an extension of the person’s abilities, and is allowed by law to accompany their partner into public places such as shops, restaurants and also to travel on public transport.