We offer a variety of services for young people with disabilities or who are recovering from trauma, individual dog owners and companies. Any profits from services are invested into our services for young people with disabilities or who are recovering from trauma.
> For non dog and dog owning young people we offer weekly canine assisted activities (CAA) classes. During CAA sessions therapy dogs and their handlers are partnered up with customers to do a wonderful range of exciting games and activities.
> For young people who own a dog with any disability or recovering from trauma we offer assistance and support classes in which we teach the young persons dog how to support the young person and mitigate the impact of the young persons difficulties through trained tasks.
> 1-2-1 assistance dog and canine assisted activity sessions. For more information click here.
> For young people who own a dog and have a disability we offer monthly public access training sessions which focus on socialisation, public access skills and expectations and proofing disability mitigation tasks in public.
For more information on services for young people with disabilities or recovering from trauma please click here.
For any organisation that supports young people with disabilities or recovering from trauma we can offer regular and occassional canine assisted activity visits which are tailored to the needs of the young people. These sessions are free to not for profit organisations and £10 per hour for 'for profit' companies. For more information click here.
We offer team building sessions to corperate clients, youth groups and any other team envirionment. Our dogs help to improve morale, empathy, team work and leadership skills in unique and fun way. Our sessions are tailored to the group. For more information or to request a quote please contact us via the form here.
We offer one to one dog training for behaviour modificiation, socialisation, puppy, specialist training for disabled dog owners and obedience training within the customers home and local area. To view our catchment area for 1-2-1 sessions please click here. To book a 1-2-1 session please complete the form on the Contacts page and we will get back to you as soon as possible to arrange an initial visit.
We run dog safety sessions for parents, carers and young people throughout the year but are also able to provide dog safety sessions to any organisation or business working with children. Sessions last around 2 hours and consist of several practical activities which help teach young people and their parents how dogs and children should behave around each other. With nearly 2,000 children hospitalised each year due to dog attacks, teaching dog owners and young people how to behave around dogs really could be a life saver. To book onto a dog safety session or request a session at your organisation please contact us here.