Our blog is the place to find out what’s happening at Canine Partners!
We’ll keep you up to date with everything from our heart-warming partnership stories, to top tips from our Dog Welfare team.
You can also find out who’s been supporting us and see how our volunteers help out. Maybe you could feature here soon? Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’ve got a story to share!
Banana-Nut Frozen Treats Ingredients: Peanut Butter (without palm oil or Xylinol). Plain or vanilla yoghurt. Method Put all ingredients into a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Spoon your mix into silicone mould. Freeze for 2 hours or until the treats are frozen. Diary Free Berry Delight Ingredients: Blueberries – Fresh or … read more
Posted 1 week ago in the Recipe category
Amy, from Shropshire undertook part the Virtual London Marathon in 2021 to raise funds for Canine Partners, as she saw the amazing impact Canine Partner Questa had on her mum, Hazel’s life. Canine Partner Questa, who sadly passed away earlier this year, changed Hazel’s life with the physical and emotional support that she offered, helping with … read more
Canine Partners is extremely grateful to have received a grant of £6,000 from the Veterans Foundation. This donation will fund the first three years of Aftercare for an Army veteran the charity has recently trained and partnered with an assistance dog. Canine Partners Trusts and Grants Manager, Sara Read, said this funding is immensely important … read more
Posted 3 weeks ago in the A big thank you category
My name is Rebecca, I’m 27 years old and I have Cerebral Palsy. I’m a full time wheelchair user and my disability affects the use of all of my limbs, which means I need a high level of personal care with day-to-day tasks. My attitude is that my disability is part of me and I’m … read more
My name is Emma and I’m 26 years old. I have several conditions which affect my everyday life, including Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS), Postural Tachycardia Syndrome and Anderson-Tawil Syndrome (ATS). EDS affects my joints and my skin. I can bruise and cut easily and my joints dislocate easily, too. ATS affects my muscles, which in … read more
Posted 2 months ago in the Impact series category