We just wanted to say a very big Thank You to the wonderful Alice Mernagh, family and friends for raising €1600 at her Open Garden 2018 on the 8th of July in Moorfields, Co. Wexford, Y35NY22. We are delighted with her continuous support every year.
Discover Our Charity Pawtnership with Burns Pet Nutrition 2018 has got off to a pawsome start as our charity pawtnership with Burns Pet Nutrition has started. Every year, award-winning pet food company, Burns Pet Nutrition offer outstanding animal welfare organisations the chance to become their chosen Charity of the Year. We applied, crossed our
On Friday 1st December our Patron Peter O'Mahony called to our headquarters here in Togher, Cork, to launch our 2018 calendar and to meet some of the boys from the local Togher Boys National School. Also, some of our incredible partnerships attended the event as well! Quote from Peter: “I’ve always had a passion for
We were thrilled and excited to have been invited into Google HQ in Dublin, on Thursday 30th November, during their Giving Week. The staff were super generous and friendly and loved interacting with our assistance dog partnerships. It was an inspirational place to visit and some of our partnerships enjoyed guided tours of the building.
While the waiting list for an assistance dog from Irish Dogs for the Disabled is daunting to many potential applicants, Luke's mum Pauline brilliantly described on our Facebook page back in August why it is worth the wait and how assistance dog Aidan has changed her son's life: We are heading into the end of
Tesco Ballincollig have chosen Irish Dogs for the Disabled for the Tesco Community Fund for the next 8 weeks. Please come and support the charity by shopping in Tesco Ballincollig between 20 January and 20 March. Put your blue Community Fund token in the Irish Dogs for the Disabled tube at the exit to help
The Evening Echo has a wonderful profile of Cian and his Assistance Dog, Fudge: Boy's best friend, Cian and Fudge are great double act thanks to Cork charity. Cian Hennessey is 7 and has spina bifida, hydrocephalus and scoliosis, and is a wheelchair user. Four years ago, his family applied to Irish Dogs for the Disabled
2016 is going to be a busy year for Dogs for the Disabled as we are planning on breeding additional puppies to meet the growing demand for our assistance dogs. In order to produce these puppies, we first need additional Puppy Socialisers. These are families in Ireland that will look after the pup in their