Meet the dogs from Sheffield who are ‘graduating’ this week

Black labrador Stanley is trained to pull an alarm to call for help every time Amy Williams has an epileptic seizure. Photo: Support Dogs
Black labrador Stanley is trained to pull an alarm to call for help every time Amy Williams has an epileptic seizure. Photo: Support Dogs
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Eight dogs from Sheffield are graduating after a hard year of training to provide life-changing assistance to people who need it.

Sheffield-based charity Support Dogs trains specialist dogs to help people affected by epilepsy, physical disabilities and autistic children aged between 3 and 10.

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