Assistance Dogs UK is a coalition of assistance dog organisations that have been accredited by Assistance Dogs International (ADI) and/or The International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF). All ADUK members are non-profit organisations that work to the highest standards of guide dog and assistance dog training and welfare.
Over 7000 people rely on a highly trained assistance dog from one of ADUK’s members, enjoying the additional emotional benefits and greater independence that such dogs bring.
Assistance dogs are trained to support disabled people and people with medical conditions in a variety of ways. From guide dogs to medical alert dogs, from autism dogs to hearing dogs, assistance dogs change, and often save, the lives of their owners and their families.
Whether you are a prospective or current assistance dog owner or a service provider, you will find the answers to all your questions about assistance dogs on this website.
Are you looking for an assistance dog?
If you are looking for more information on how to start your assistance dog journey, you can visit our information pages or find out more about each of our members and the range of assistance dogs they train by visiting our members page.
Are you a service provider?
If you are a service provider, you may want to know how to ensure that you not only meet your legal obligations but how to be proactive in welcoming all assistance dogs. You can find out more by visiting our information pages.
Information for Assistance Dog Owners
From information about registering assistance dogs and what your rights are when accessing services, find all the information you need by visiting our Information pages.