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2 Woodberry Grove
"We attended the paws-in-tents event this week, and can happily recommend it to others. The information we have come away with is invaluable, and we are so thankful to Heather and her lovely team for making it such a great event. They created such a supportive and inclusive environment for all families in attendance. I’m already amazed at how much my dog is able to do to support my daughter, and am very excited to continue with this progress!"
"Can I just say how fantastic we find these classes. My son, who is nearly 12 and has Autism managed to stay focused and loved all the activities, which are well thought out and really creative. We can do things at his pace with no pressure. The classes are really laid back. He struggles a lot with being social and is very much happy in his own company but the sessions have really helped him to be more sociable and interact with others."
"We attended the first ever Paws-in-Tents. What a wonderful concept and very well organised. Heather is a very good trainer and knows her stuff. Her suport team were all lovely and we felt very welcomed. There really was a lovely community spirit at the camp with everyone looking out for each other. I would highly recommend anyone who has a dog and a child with a disability to attend Heathers training, we picked up so many tips to bring home and practise with our dogs."
A massive thank you to every person and organisation who have ever supported our organisation!
Thank you to LOVE photography for generously sponsoring our dog show Best in show prize and for donating the proceeds from your pet photobooth at the event to us!
Thank you to Vintents for kindly donating the cost of a donated tent.
Thank you to the national lottery community fund (and ofcourse those players who make it possible) for a grant to fund Paws in Tents camps, training days and and support our peer mentor program.
Thank you to fish for dogs for donating treat samples to Paws in Tents. These amazing treats are going to be great high value rewards for training our difficult tasks.