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Autism Dogs CIC become an ADUK member

We’re delighted to announce that as well as being a full member of Assistance Dogs International (ADI), we are now also a full member of ADUK (Assistance Dogs UK)!

 

Assistance Dogs UK is a voluntary coalition of Assistance Dog organisations; to be able to join ADUK, organisations have to be accredited by Assistance Dogs International(ADI) and/or by The International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF). As a full member, we now join the likes of Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs, and Medical Detection Dogs as members of ADUK!

 Assistance Dogs UK aims to share knowledge, expertise and skills between its member and candidate organisations, while also promoting the highest standards in assistance dog training and welfare.

Our Managing Director, Caroline Preston, said:

“As a full member of Assistance Dogs UK, we hope that we can continue to develop and grow our Programme so that we can help to positively impact the lines of many more autistic children and adults across the UK”. 
Autism Dogs CIC is now a full member of ADUK
Assistance Dogs UK

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