Good Dog!

Expert advice for making life with your dog a walk in the park.

  • Do you want to know the secrets behind our well-behaved guide dogs?

  • Are there behaviours in your dog that you would like to improve?

  • Would you like expert guidance, with over 80 years of experience, to help you overcome these challenges?

  • Plus a few treats for you and your dog along the way?

  • Whilst helping people with sight loss live the life they choose?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then Good Dog! could be your answer. Read on for more about our 12-month subscription which will take you and your dog on a journey to becoming the happiest and best version of itself. And of course, by subscribing, you’ll be helping support our life-changing work along the way! 

How does it work?

  • For just £10 a month you will receive advice and guidance from our expert trainers and dog care specialists, step by step training videos, new ways you can enrich your dog's life and gifts for you and your dog in each mail pack.
  • The information you receive will use the same techniques as our world-leading dog training programme that has been evolving over the last 80 years. This is constantly being improved and delivers the highest standards in dog training and welfare producing top class dogs that are ready to change lives with their new skills.
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What will I get?

  • Monthly emails jam packed with training videos, enrichment games and our best training tips and welfare advice. From loose lead walking, to improving your recall and helping your dog deal with stress – there’s so much to learn!  
  • A welcome pack to get you started on your way, with advice on how to begin training and introducing you to the basics before you begin. 
  • Four seasonal packs full of helpful advice on how to make the most out of the seasons, including a special treat for your dog and fun picture cards for you to use on social media. 
  • A final thank you pack, reflecting on your journey and how your support has made a difference.
  • Plus free shipping on all mail packs!


Please note, the image shows a selection of Good Dog! subscription items and does not represent the entire content. (Electronic devices are for illustrative purposes only and are not included).

It’s great to be able to share some of our training tips with you, I hope you find them useful. Training games are a great opportunity for you and your dog to build a positive relationship. Remember to progress in small steps and have lots of fun…
David Grice, Head of Training and Behaviour at Guide Dogs

Why Good Dog!?

Good Dog! doesn’t just ensure you have a happy well-behaved canine companion, but your £10 per month subscription will also provide vital support to people living with visual impairment, so they can live their life with confidence and freedom. By joining Good Dog! you can help us to train more amazing pups who will go on to become guide dogs and create life-changing partnerships! Partnerships like Anica and Lassie, pictured below.

After a year of expert guidance from Guide Dogs, we hope that you will continue your monthly support to help us to continue our life-changing services for people with sight loss.

For further information on signing up, or details about your monthly subscription and how this is managed please see the terms & conditions page. You can also read our frequently asked questions.

Anica and Lassie

Anica was 11 when she was diagnosed with Cone-Rod-Dystrophy.

Over the following years her sight deteriorated and while she successfully completed her masters and PhD, she found travelling for work was a huge struggle.

But with Lassie by her side, Anica’s regained the independence that’s so important to her. “Having a guide dog changes people’s lives. It might seem like a small thing to go to the shops, but when you can’t see it becomes a big thing. With a guide dog, you can gain independence, you can get a job, you can find a purpose in life again.”

Get expert dog training and insider top tips from the real professionals at Guide Dogs.