A CHARITY that provides “lifeline” support dogs for veterans has announced a new partnership with high-end Scottish interiors and lifestyle company ANTA.
Bravehound, which was set up in 2016, works across Scotland pairing specially trained dogs with former servicemen and women suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and a range of other psychological and physical issues.
All products feature a Scottie dog, Bravehound mascot.
Fiona MacDonald, the organisation’s founder, said: “As a Scottish charity with Bravehound dogs all over Scotland, it felt absolutely perfect for us to partner with ANTA, which is quintessentially Scottish and as passionate about quality and design as we are about our dogs.
“Funding has been challenging during the pandemic, particularly at this time, as we are raising money for a dedicated new dog training facility, such is the demand for our services.
“Bravehound dogs provide 24 hour companionship and a purpose and structure to each day, as well as undergoing training to, for instance, remind veterans to take any medication and even fetching this for them.