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dog trained to assist the deaf by signaling the occurrence of certain sounds

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Rachel Riley, who is passionate about the Hearing Dogs charity, said: "My congratulations to all those who were highly commended in this year's awards.
MEET the hearing dog who is putting his owner through his paces as he helps him train for a 300-mile marathon cycle for charity.
There was a connection straight away when I was first introduced to Biscuit at Hearing Dogs," said Beth, a mother of two.
Janet Wallace, a NEADS client, accompanied by her hearing dog, Dudley, will be the guest speaker.
ree volunteers from Hearing Dogs for the Deaf visited the sta to chat about their lives and the dierence the dogs make.
Doree has been my hearing dog and companion for the past 14 years," said Howard.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity that trains dogs to alert deaf people to ' important sounds and danger signals, such as the doorbell, telephone and smoke alarm.
Phone engineer Ian Finnie, 46, of Ellon, Aberdeenshire, got his hearing dog Cinders seven years ago - but she still remembers the family who looked after her as a pup.
The torch, Logan and his family have now raised about GBP 32,000 for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, which marked its 30th anniversary in 2012.
In memory of Helen, Mark decided to fund raise for a charity close to her heart, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, and for the AFE Foundation, a charity which supports survivors of the condition, and bereaved families.
Established in 1982, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, provides specially trained dogs to support people who are severely or profoundly deaf.
The seven Cockerpoos - a crossbreed of a cocker spaniel and a poodle - will be donated to the Hearing Dogs For Deaf People charity in three weeks.
And after having to wait for a manager and missing her flight, she was then charged pounds 43 for faxing Hearing Dogs for Deaf People to confirm Molly was a hearing assist dog.