Welcome to Canine Partners
Training Assistance Dogs for people with disabilities
Assisting people with disabilities to enjoy greater independence and a better quality of life, by providing specially trained assistance dogs.
Thank you to everyone that arranged, helped and joined a Canine Partners Bluebell Walk this year and we will tell you how much was raised very soon.
Don’t forget to tell us how your Bluebell Walk went and send us your photos too. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consider leaving a gift in your Will to Canine Partners. A legacy gift of any size, large or small, will make such a difference to the lives of people with disabilities offering them the life-changing benefits of a canine partner. Informing us of your legacy allows us to plan our future work to help as many disabled people as possible.
For more information on leaving a legacy please call 01730 716 018 or email email@example.com
Working in partnership with Help for Heroes!
Canine Partners is delighted to work closely with Help for Heroes in order to train dogs for individuals from the Armed Forces who are wounded, injured or sick, and who need the work and companionship of our very special dogs to gain greater independence in their lives. So far Help for Heroes has fully funded five partnerships of our dogs with services personnel, for which we are extremely grateful. We are proud to form part of the Support Hub at Tedworth House, as well as working closely with DMRC Headley Court and Colchester PRC, enabling us to reach those servicemen and women who need our help the most.
Click here to read the story of Steve and Kizzie whose partnership was funded by Help for Heroes.
A word from our CEO, Andy Cook:
Thank you for all your much-needed support as the recession continues to bite - we really appreciate it. Meanwhile we continue to partner more dogs with disabled people as well as helping you to participate in whatever fundraising ideas take your fancy. Follow us on our facebook page and on twitter for lots more news and photos. Andy