Dr Claire Guest, Chief Executive would like to see over 100 runners in RED Medical Detection Dogs t-shirts at the Swanbourne Endeavour on October 19th. Claire will be running in the 5K with other staff members of the charity so PLEASE come and join her on this gruelling run. For more information and to book your place visit www.theswanbourneendeavour.co.uk 
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TRAINING DOGS TO HELP PEOPLE WITH LIFE-THREATENING HEALTH CONDITIONS
Our dogs give their 'owners' confidence, a better quality of life, greater independence and above all saving their lives on a daily basis.

With their amazing sense of smell our Medical Alert Assistance Dogs support individuals who live with dangerous health conditions.

Dominic and Elsa

Dogs can be trained to identify the odour of cancer. This allows the potential to develop a method of diagnosing cancer which would be simple and non-invasive.

Cancer Detection Dog Lucy

We are using our expertise to train Bedbug Scent Detection Dogs to create a revenue stream in order to train more Medical Alert Assistance Dogs.

Bio-detection Dog Lizzy

Canter for a Cure raises over £27,000
This year's Canter for a Cure sponsored horse ride raised a record £27,000 to help raise vital funds for our Breast Cancer Detection Dogs. Read more


Winslow Hall Opera -
Lucia di Lammermoor

5th - 14th September 2014
Winslow Hall Opera are to stage Donizetti's effervescent Scottish drama Lucia di Lammermoor. Supporting Medical Detection Dogs. Read more

Medical Detection Dogs are delighted that Lesley Nicol is a charity Ambassador. Lesley is known to many as the character Mrs Patmore from the award winning television drama Downton Abbey.

"I feel very passionately about Medical Detection Dogs. The humans and the animals involved are really special and the work they do is so important. The effect on people is completely life- changing - just listen to the stories of some of the clients - I will do
whatever I can to support them"

Lesley Nicol and Patmore