The Seeing Dogs Alliance
Originally founded in 1979 to provide mobility training and guide dogs, the charity has been in operation only on a limited basis. During 2002, The Seeing Dogs Alliance (registered charity number 1156790) was relaunched with the sole aim of providing an alternative source of dogs to guide blind people. Guide Dog Owners and their families are running the charity. All seeing dogs and seeing dog puppies are being raised and trained whilst living in a home environment.
We are a small but growing group of people working hard to provide an alternative assistance dog, to the more well known guide dog charity, in the form of a Seeing Dog. Dedicated to ensure all funds go towards developing and training our pups and dogs you can be sure your donation is spent only on Seeing Dog mobility.
Based in Kent we are training and developing our dogs to provide mobility to those who need it most and in some cases those who have been turned down by other charities. We are members of the International Guide Dog Federation and Assistance Dogs UK and are striving to offer a more cost effective and real alternative.
How To Donate
The simplest way to make a donation to the Seeing Dogs Alliance is to click on the following link and use your credit or debit card to make a secure online donation. You can choose whether to make a single or a regular donation. Alternatively, you can send a Cheque, Charity Voucher or Postal Order...
Would you like to be a part of this growing charity. Can you spare time to fund raise, board a dog when needed, raise and develop and puppy for us? The independance you can bring can be life changing for many. Please call if you feel you can help us grow.
Who We Work With
For such a young charity we are pleased and proud to be members of the International Guide Dog Federation and European Guide Dogs as well as working with Assistance Dogs UK. We are also proud to have recently accepted an Owner trained unit who met the high standards of the charity and look forward to creating an inclusive enviroment for those who choose to approach their mobility in less conventional ways.