Wood Green, The Animals Charity is one of the leading animal welfare charities in the UK. They are committed to improving the welfare of all animals, whether it is the thousands of cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs or other pets that pass through their doors each year or those within the wider community. They do this by providing expert advice, care, support and guidance through their rehoming centres and outreach and education services to increase awareness and promote responsible pet ownership.



Dogs Trust is the largest dog charity in the world. It was founded in 1891 and operates out of 18 rehoming centres in the UK. In addition they have established a charity in Southern Ireland and have a rehoming centre in Dublin. Dogs Trust is committed to the welfare of all dogs world-wide and operates an International programme supporting developing organisations and countries all over the planet.


South Wales Police is responsible for keeping Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Cardiff, Bridgend Borough, Vale of Glamorgan, Rhondda Cynon Taff and Merthyr Tydfil safe. This represents 42% of the population of Wales and 1.2 million people.
Our dogs and horses have been helping our officers to fight crime for years, and play a crucial, intrinsic role in day to day, front-line policing. Due to the nature of the work; the officers and animals inevitably form a unique and close partnership.
South Wales Police dog section is a fully operational police dog unit working with general purpose dogs, explosives dogs, drugs dogs and specialist cadaver dogs. South Wales Police is also one of a few select Police dog training schools in the UK, with a worldwide reputation for their results.
South Wales Police is fully committed to their mounted unit and have invested in a new horse box which they sub-contract to other Police Services in the UK. The equine unit is valued greatly in many areas: community policing, specialist searches, and public order control, and this year celebrate their 30th anniversary.