Membership of Assistance Dogs (UK) is open to organisations that are accredited members of Assistance Dogs International (ADI) or the International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF).
Our canine partners provide practical day to day assistance for people with physical disabilities with tasks that may be difficult to perform. They also provide increased confidence, independence and social interaction.
Registered charity no: 803680
Registered Charity No: 1098619
Dog A.I.D. empowers our clients to train their own pet dog to assist them with daily tasks – tailored to the individual.
Dogs for Good
Registered charity no: 1092960
Our assistance dogs support adults (age 17+) and children (age 7 – 16) with a range of disabilities and also children with autism (age 3 – 10).
Our Family Dog service gives advice and support to help families with a child with autism get the most out of their relationship with their pet dog
We train and support community dogs and their specialist handlers to work in activity and therapy in communities and schools.
Registered Charity No: 209617
Guide dogs for adults and young people who are blind or partially sighted.
Qualified guide dogs wear a white harness with yellow fluorescent strips.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
Registered Charity No: 293358
Hearing dogs for adults with a hearing impairment (aged 17+) and hearing dogs for children with a hearing impairment (ages 7-12).
Qualified hearing dogs wear a burgundy jacket.
Medical Detection Dogs
Our aim is to train specialist dogs to detect the odour of human disease.
Registered Charity No in England and Wales: 1124533
Registered Charity No in Scotland: SCO4434
Greenway Business Park
Telephone: 01296 655888
Support Dogs is a national charity (Mainland UK) dedicated to increasing independence and quality of life for people with various medical conditions.
Registered Charity No: 1088281