Service animals are trained to assist people with various disabilities.

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Canine Partners
A registered charity assists disabled people to enjoy greater independence and a better quality of life through the help of specially trained dogs. Includes news and events.
Canines for Disabled Kids
Sponsoring dogs to assist disabled children with everyday tasks. Includes how to apply for a dog, events and donation details.
Charity which specialises in helping the physically disabled to train their own pet dogs to work as assistance dogs. Details of training available and fundraising activities.
Dogs for Good
Charity which helps disabled people to increase their independence by training specially selected dogs to live and work with them, giving them an enhanced quality of life. Includes history, dogs, clients and donation form.
Guide Dogs & Their Owners
Disability article offering details of guide dog etiquette along with do's and dont's when meeting a blind or visually impaired guide dog user.
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
The UK's largest and oldest guide dog assocciation. Includes social events, national raffle and news.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
Trains dogs to alert deaf people to sounds such as the alarm clock, doorbell, telephone and smoke alarms, Includes news, literature and how to support.
Medical Detection Dogs
A charity that trains dogs to detect changes in an individual’s personal odour triggered by their disease.
Pets As Therapy
Cats and dogs registered to visit hospitals and residential homes to offer comfort and support. Offers information of how to get involved, forum and fact sheets.
The Seeing Dogs Alliance
An alternative source of dogs to guide blind people. Information on activities, and ways in which people can help.
Support Dogs
Charity training disability assistance dogs including seizure alert dogs and medical assistance dogs. Includes fostering, socialising and adoption details and latest news.
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October 2, 2016 at 16:57:17 UTC
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