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Support Dogs

Support Dogs is a UK charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with epilepsy and people with disabilities by training dogs to act as efficient and safe assistants. Our dogs are trained to assist and support their owners with their specific disability. Each dog is taught tasks tailored to his owner's needs, enabling the disabled person to lead a fuller and more independent life. As registered Assistance Dogs, all Support Dogs have full access into restricted areas and are able to accompany their owner at all times. The charity trains two main types of Support Dog: Seizure Alert® and Disability Assistance. Both programmes run nationally with the main training during each taking place in our National Training Centre in Sheffield.

Where to Go

Venue address
21 Jessops Riverside
Brightside Lane
Sheffield
Postcode
S9 2RX

Other Details

Other Costs
Free
Age Range
16+

Who to Contact

Telephone
0114 261 7800
Website
https://supportdogs.org.uk/
Last Updated: 29/01/2019