Friends for Life

UK’s Most Heroic Dogs Sought For Prestigious Competition
Nominations for dogs that have truly earned the title of man’s best friend are being sought by the Kennel Club for its annual Friends for Life competition being held at the country’s most prestigious dog event, Crufts.
Crufts 2014 Dog Heroes Revealed
A dog that can detect a potentially fatal drop in a young boy’s blood sugar levels; a Lance Corporal’s dog who helped him live a normal life again after he was blinded during training and a Cocker Spaniel who helps give a wheelchair bound young lady with a rare genetic disease much needed confidence, are amongst the five finalists for the Crufts Friends for Life competition 2014.
Molly Voted UK’s Top Dog Hero At Crufts
Molly, a Cocker Spaniel from Benfleet in Essex, and her owner, Lucy Watts were the special stars of Crufts tonight as Molly was announced as the winner of the Crufts Friends for Life 2014 competition.
Search is on for dog heroes for national award
A nationwide search has begun to find the UK’s top hero dogs for the Kennel Club’s Friends for Life competition, which celebrates dogs that have had an extraordinary impact on people’s lives.
Five Hero Dogs Named as Finalists in hero dog awards
The Kennel Club has announced the five hero dogs who will compete in the public vote for the prestigious Friends for Life award at Crufts 2018.
Crufts announces the nation’s top dog hero, Jack
Vanessa Holbrow, from Burnham on Sea, Somerset, and her dog Sir Jack Spratticus has tonight (Sunday March 11th) been announced as the winner of the dog hero competition, Friends for Life, at Crufts 2018.
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