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I've just a look thru the old posts on their FB page and there was a post on Feb 23rd by someone saying how their new puppy had settled in & how their son is really happy with the puppy so they must do awards for dogs. Good luck with the application, Jayne

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Hun, just found the above link on directgov website, they actually specifically supply them trained for children with autism! Have u seen them? Their was 2 other links on the directgov website but I haven't checked them yet as I thought they looked pretty good! Smile x
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yep just read it and have posted a comment on there too, to see what ff say thanks. And thanks Lucy for the link, will have a look later on when the Children are in bed and i can concentrate lol
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Just to say that the link for 'dogs for the disabled' looks really good but it is one where you have to go to do a week's residential training with the dog. I can understand why but that must mean a lot of people can't do it which is a shame.


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