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How do I book a speaker?
We offer different speakers for different types of events. See our book a speaker page for more information.
How do I book tickets for Canine Partners information sessions?
We have regular information sessions at both our training centres. See our Information session page for more information.
Do you train dogs for people with epilepsy, autism, dementia or mental health issues?
No, sadly we do not provide assistance dogs to people whose sole disability relates to epilepsy, autism, dementia or mental health issues and who do not have any physical disability. If you contact Assistance Dogs UK they will guide you to the appropriate assistance dog charity.
Do you train dogs for children?
We don’t train dogs for children, but if you are 18, or coming up to your 18th birthday, then you can apply for a canine partner. If your child needs an assistance dog, then contact Assistance Dogs UK who will be able to advise you.
How do I volunteer with Canine Partners?
There are many ways you can volunteer with Canine Partners. From fundraising, to becoming a puppy parent, find out more on our volunteering page.
How do I become a dog trainer?
For information on how to become a dog trainer for Canine Partners, please see our advanced dog trainer job vacancy.
Can I rehome a retired or withdrawn dog?