BRAVEHOUND continues to support clients and their BRAVEHOUND dogs during these extraordinary times.
We are working to ensure that supplies like dog food and general household necessities are getting through to veterans, as well as keeping up welfare/ training sessions and social contact are maintained via video connections whenever possible as well as telephone. We have protocol in place should BRAVEHOUND dogs need to be seen by a vet, or need to be looked after and emergency plans in place for each BRAVEHOUND dog and puppy in training for if a veteran or Puppy Socialiser becomes unwell.
BRAVEHOUND aims to reduce isolation and our dogs are helping many veterans to maintain a structure and purpose to the day as well as providing round the clock companionship.
This has been a time for partnerships to develop and we are delighted to be working closely with the Scottish Taxi Charity Fares4Free and with the continued support and guidance of Dogs For Good.
BRAVEHOUND trainers have been working on ways to keep BRAVEHOUND dogs happy and occupied during periods of reduced outside exercise and these are freely available to anyone with a dog, via our Facebook page or by contacting us on firstname.lastname@example.org