Assistance dogs on track to pass station exam
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Assistance dogs on track to pass Birmingham New Street exam

The Dogs for Good charity receives 5,000 requests for assistance animals every year.

But the dogs - trained to help people in a range of everyday tasks - must pass exams before being paired with an owner.

A new partnership with Network Rail sees dogs put through their paces at one of the UK's busiest railway stations - Birmingham New Street.

  • 27 Jul 2019
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