Channel 4 Features has commissioned a new three part series called Rescue Dogs to Super Dogs. The series will see homeless dogs from the UK’s largest dog welfare charity Dogs Trust, given new homes as they are paired with people struggling with mental, physical or neurological disabilities and then trained over twelve weeks to be able to assist their new owners in their everyday lives.
The bond between dogs and humans is like no other. Dogs can feel empathy, read and react to human emotions, smell and sense chemical changes in bodies and most importantly, they love their owners unconditionally.
Most people are aware of guide dogs but in Rescue Dogs to Super Dogs these eager canines will train to help people with a wide range of other debilitating conditions from OCD to Tourette’s and from Narcolepsy to Paraplegia.
The series was commissioned by Helen Cooke, Channel 4 commissioning executive for Features. Helen Cooke said: “This ground breaking training is extremely rare in the UK, so Rescue Dogs to Super Dogs will give dogs an opportunity to find a loving, permanent home and in return they will change their owner’s lives for the better.”
We are now looking for people in your area to take part. To find out more about this potentially life changing opportunity then please get in touch ASAP by calling: 0117 3072307 / 0117 3072328 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org