Complete a mile every Monday in July, walking, swimming, hopping or skipping, anyway you like and raise funds for our life-changing work.
Treat your Dad this Fathers Day with an extra special gift by sponsoring a life-changing Support Dog.
Meet Marky, the cute puppy with a big future.
Marky, a Labrador/Golden Retriever cross, is the first pooch to be recruited by Support Dogs as part of their new puppy programme, and when he grows up will be trained as a life-changing assistance dog.
But for the next 12 months, the eight-week old pup will be living with his new foster family, semi-retired couple Gary and Joanne Smillie from Woodlands, Doncaster, who applied to the charity to become ‘puppy socialisers’ earlier this year.
On Saturday April 28, we’re encouraging dog-lovers to ‘bring your hounds to the ground’ as Maltby Main football club attempts to set a new record for the most dogs attending a non-league football match.
The South Yorkshire club want as many dog-owning football fans to turn up with their pooches to watch their final game of the season against Pontefract Colliery FC, on what is officially designated Non-League Dog Day.
We are excited to announce that we have been chosen as charity partner for three amazing events for you and your four legged pals.
A group of Support Dogs’ volunteers in Grassington in the Yorkshire Dales are celebrating after being awarded almost £7,500 from the Big Lottery Fund.
The Grassington Friends of Support Dogs Community Project has received the funding to support the setting up a small community shop in the village in aid of Yorkshire-based national charity Support Dogs.