Should you have a question that is not answered below please email email@example.com
Our dogs are partnered primarily on the basis of physical mobility needs not conditions. However, to some examples, we have placed dogs to help people with various conditions such as:
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Chronic back/neck problems
- Degenerative diseases that affect mobility
- Ehler Danlos Syndrome
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Spinal Cord Injuries
This list is not exhaustive so please do contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about your own circumstances.
Yes, we accept applications for disabilities which are either service or non-service attributable.
Yes, we cover disability that occurs after your service period, and there are no time limiting criteria for applications.
It is possible to find out information on behalf of someone else, however, you cannot apply on behalf of someone else.
Yes, being employed will not prevent the placement of an assistance dog. You will need to seek prior permission from your employer to take a dog to work with you, and your work place environment must be suitable for an assistance dog. Suitability will be assessed on an individual basis.
Hounds for Heroes meet the cost of the assistance dog’s food, equipment, insurance and veterinary treatments. Therefore, you can apply knowing that having one of our dogs will not have an impact on your existing outgoings.
Yes, but each situation will be assessed on an individual basis taking into account the number of dogs in the house in relation to the number of adults in the house.
Yes, however every family situation is different and applications will be assessed individually to ensure that the placement is successful.