Tracey, Founder of Dogs Helping Kids, July 2013
"I just wanted to say a huge thank you for all of your time last Friday and a thoroughly interesting discussion. It was fantastic to meet you and hear all about your wonderful organisation. Your enthusiasm is a sight to behold."
Angie Platten, Head of Partnership Services, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
Team DHK attending the National Literacy Trust Event, June 2013
"Thank you so much to you and your ladies for making today a real success. All the children and teachers were so impressed with DHK. It was brilliant."
Jan Dayman, Centre Manager, Green Lanes Shopping Centre, Barnstaple, North Devon
Tracey, Founder of DHK - Guest Speaker at Puppy School Conference, November 2012
"I just wanted to say a massive 'thank you' from all of us at Puppy School for your lovely talk at the weekend. It was perfect - lots about the history and standards and training. I cannot imagine anyone listening to that would have any doubts about it being a brilliant charity and brilliantly run. I loved your energy for delivery - I think I could keep that up for precisely 2 minutes before collapsing - and it kept everyone riveted. Thank you so much for coming."
Gwen Bailey, Founder of Puppy School, Oxfordshire - 10th Annual Conference in Cornwall
DHK attending the N.O.A.H. Event at the House of Commons, November 2012
"The whole experience was great. During the event itself we all got to meet some really interesting people, from several charities to the MP's and others who were genuinely interested in our work. We really got the opportunity to showcase this amazing charity, and all the wonderful things it's acheived. Of course Teazel (School Dog) stole the show and performed beautifully. gathering quite a crowd when showing off her reading tricks, whilst gaining numerous compliments on how well behaved she was throughout the event. The day was absolutely fabulous and I'm so glad to have been part of if and I felt very proud to be representing and promoting Dogs Helping Kids in such an influential and powerful place."
Stephanie French, DHK Volunteer and University Student on placement