Sponsor a puppy transform the lives of people with epilepsy, autism and physical disabilities

14th July 2013

Sheffield based national disability charity, Support Dogs is launching a sponsor a puppy scheme to raise funds for its vital work.

Individuals and businesses can sponsor a puppy or working dog and follow them through their training and career. Support Dogs is the only charity in the UK to train seizure alert dogs that provide a 100% reliable 15 -40 minute warning of an oncoming seizure The charity also trains assistance dogs to support children with autism helping to keep them safe while also facilitating a more independent life. Support Dogs also trains pet dogs to become assistant dogs to improve the quality of life for people with physical disabilities, helping with tasks that increase independence and facilitate a more active life. Sponsors receive regular updates of the progress of the puppies or working dogs, photos, and a certificate. For corporate sponsors we can also organise opportunities for your staff to meet our dogs. The charity relies entirely on voluntary donations and, such is the need for its work, there is a long waiting list for all its services. Please get in touch and help transform someone's life. For more details contact danny.anderson@supportdogs.org.uk, 0114 261 7800, or visit www.supportdogs.org.uk

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