Dogs for the Disabled celebrated their 25thAnniversary at the
Kennel Club Building at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire this
summer, the third Summer Celebration event held at the
Five hundred visitors attended the 25thAnniversary, including
the charity's partners, volunteers, donors, and parents and
families who benefit from the charity's work.
A whole host of activities took place at the event including a
charity companion dog show and Good Citizen Dog Training Scheme
testing. Other highlights included a carting display by the
Southern Leonberger Club, a WW2 Dakota flypast and displays of
'Wheelwork to Music' and a showcase from West Midlands Police.
Peter Gorbing, Chief Executive of Dogs for the Disabled said:
"The Kennel Club Building is a great location with wonderful indoor
and outdoor space which, essentially for our clients, is also very
"The team at the Kennel Club gave us great support. It was a day
for celebrating old memories and creating new friendships that I'm
sure many people will remember for a long time to come."
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: "It was a great way
to celebrate 25 years of Dogs for the Disabled and a real tribute
to their founder Frances Hay. The Kennel Club Educational Trust was
delighted that Dogs for the Disabled had chosen to host their event
at the Kennel Club Building for the third year running."
The Kennel Club Building is the UK's only venue created to suit
all canine educational needs from dog shows and training sessions
to seminars and meetings. The building is now in its fifth year of
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