I totally agree Pollydoodle...
I still have major concerns for the dogs and disabled people they place any dogs with?
As already said they have been established a number of years and should have placed a number of dogs but there is no information of this anywhere?
They aren't members of the AD UK who share best practice. The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health endorses assistance dogs trained by AD (UK) member organisations based on their selection, training, veterinary treatments and lifetime support.
Who works for Woofability, do they have qualified dog trainers?
What training, help, advice do they give their volunteers?
Likewise what training, help, advice do they give their dogs?
Where are the dogs housed?
Whoever has sponsored one of Woofability's dogs, do they know how that dog is getting on now or where their sponsor money is being spent?
Has anyone actually been to the Woofability's premises and seen the conditions, training schedules, etc?
There are alot of people and organisations raising funds for this charity but no one appears to be able to find out where the money is going?
Check out their latest accounts on the Charity Commissions website.
I'm sure if the charity has partnered their lovely trained dogs with disabled people they would want to shout their success from the rooftops?
It's good to know others also have similar concerns.x