Assistance dog charity Canine Partners has launched its brand new website with a January online shop sale.
Users will be able to grab a bargain with items as much as 50 per cent off. Sale items include shower jackets, umbrellas, diaries, travel mugs, cuddly toys and stationery from as little as 25p (plus P+P).
Canine Partners, which receives no government funding and relies solely on donations and legacies, trains dogs to help disabled people with everyday tasks they would otherwise find difficult, painful or impossible including opening doors, undressing, pressing buttons, unloading the washing machine and fetching help in an emergency. The assistance dogs also increase independence, confidence and provide loving companionship.
Jenny Moir, Head of Communications at Canine Partners, said: “We are really excited to be able to show everyone our new website which we have been working on for the past eight months. We were given a donation from a generous benefactor for the express purpose of refreshing the website and ensuring it is mobile and tablet-friendly, and we thank CHS Creative who worked with us to develop a fresh new look for the site.
“With the launch of our January sale within our online shop we hope people will be able to browse our new website and treat themselves to a few bargains while they are there. We have a variety of sales items so there should be something for everyone. All purchases will contribute towards the cost of training our assistance dogs which will one day be partnered with a disabled adult and transform their life forever.”