Companion Dogs provide companionship for children and adults with learning and physical disabilities.
From time to time we have dogs which are suitable for children and adults with learning and physical disabilities. We call these dogs Companion Dogs. They are not trained to do any tasks, they are purely for company.
However, for someone with a disability the companionship these dogs provide can make a significant contribution to their well-being.
It’s important to note that Companion Dogs do not have any access rights and are not specifically trained for any form of work.