On his visit to Liverpool, His Royal Highness, the Duke of Cambridge was keen to hear about the work we do at the centre. Spending time to discuss our charitable objectives, the way we go about achieving them, not only to help dogs but people in need.
The work we do, rehabilitating dogs, physically, then mentally, enrichment activities and guiding them back to full health so they rejoin society. How this can create transferable learning and self development with people. He was particular interested in stress management techniques and how we identify different intelligences in dogs.
Prince William discussed how this has many parallels with the recovery of humans. He met assistance dog Pablo who was born at the centre and buddy dog Ed who spent five months in kennels before finding a forever home.