It costs almost £20,000 to raise a puppy into an accredited assistance dog, and every donation helps!
Where the money goes:
- £5 will pay for a training lead. This vital item allows the trainer to control the dog’s movement and keep it focused on the tasks at hand in the early stages of training.
- £10 will pay for a Pet’s First Aid Kit. An essential item for all of our Assistance Dogs; these kits provide medical care for minor wounds and injuries that can happen to dogs in their working day. They help prevent infection and give comfort.
- £38 will pay for all the initial vaccinations a puppy needs. These vaccinations protect the puppy from disease, and allow interaction with other dogs.
Donate by Text:
You can donate to ADNI with a simple text message:
Text ADNI12 followed by £ and your amount to 70070.
Example, to donate £5 text: “ADNI12 £5″
Make a One-off donation
You can make a one-off donation to ADNI using the following form:
Set up Monthly Giving
You can also set up a monthly direct debit, and give regularly. These donations can make a huge difference, for example:
- For £2 a month you can pay for a dogs yearly booster vaccinations. These protect the dog from disease and help keep them safe and healthy.
- For £10 a month you can help pay for people with disabilities to learn how to train their own dog to be an Assistance Dog. Sometimes people don’t want a new dog due to the close bond they have with their existing pet. These training sessions help turn this pet into an accredited Assistance Dog.
- £20 a month you can help pay for puppy training sessions. These training sessions are what ADNI is all about; teaching the puppy the skills they need to become an accredited Assistance Dog.
- £40 a month will pay for a puppy’s food. Puppies eat a lot, and as future Assistance Dogs they need to eat the right food to make sure they grow big and strong.