Ability Dogs
4 Young People

Adopt a Puppy:

  • Support a puppy in training with regular giving - more details

Sponsor a Dog:

  • Can you, your company or group help us change a life by sponsoring a dog? - more details

Adopt a puppy

Can you help us train Paddi as an Ability Dog for a disabled young person on the Isle of Wight?

Picture Paddi is a female Golden Retriever x Poodle, born on 12th December 2022 and joined our team at the start of February. She has settled in well with her puppy parents and enjoys exploring and playing with her toys. As part of her socialisation training Paddi is taken out and about by her puppy parents. She is a calm, attentive puppy and is showing all the signs of becoming a lovely Ability Dog.

We rely entirely on the generosity of people like you for the life-changing help an Ability Dog brings. By making a regular donation you can help support the training of Paddi to bring independence to a disabled young person on the Isle of Wight. You will receive:

  • A personalised certificate featuring Paddi
  • 6 monthly updates on Paddi's progress
  • Lots of photographs of her training
  • A news update when she completes her training*

How you can help

Either download the form here, fill it in and pass it to a volunteer or post it to the address shown. We will do the rest, (please do not send it to your bank). Or press the button below and fill in the form.

*Not all training puppies will 'make the grade' and a few will not qualify as an assistance dog. However, we will always find a home where the dog will be loved and hopefully make a difference to a family.

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Ability Dogs 4 Young People: Island trained for Island people

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Ability Dogs 4 Young People IOW          Registered Charity No. 1154896                             Patron: Charlotte Corney

Training assistance dogs for disabled young people on the Isle of Wight