Wednesday, June 27, 2007


Dogs for the Disabled

Puppies and dogs from all sorts of backgrounds and with varied histories arrive at Dogs for the Disabled to be trained as assistance dogs for disabled people of all ages.

It is an inspiration and example to us all that these dogs can, with time and patience, be trained to offer many services for their disabled owners. The hours of patient training result in remarkably talented dogs who can assist in varied ways.

If you are looking to train your puppy to high standards, then time and patience are the first necessities - and maybe a good book or course to help would be an ideal investment. [Check out the links in our margin for the best available courses - with free trial lessons - or our book link for recommendations.]

Dogs for the Disabled is a charity and does vital work... Peter Purves, Wendy Richard MBE, Dr Roger Mugford and Anthea Turner are supporters.

The new vice-patron is Brian Blessed a star of stage, TV, and film, and also well known for his adventures, including climbing Everest. Next March he will join in a sponsored trek starting at the Dead Sea and travelling to the city of Petra.

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