Domino’s give dough to Medical Detection Dogs

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Domino’s Pizza Group has joined forces with Medical Detection Dogs to sponsor a puppy.

Milton Keynes based charity Medical Detection Dogs train canines to assist people with conditions including diabetes and epilepsy. They can also be trained to detect cancer in humans.

Domino, a Golden Labrador/Retriever Cross, was born in June and allocated to the Medical Detection Dogs puppy training plan.

The pizza company donated £1000 to the Name a Puppy Scheme, hence the name Domino.

He is now being looked after by socialisers in Stony Stratford who will help with his training.

“Based in Milton Keynes, we like to do what we can to support local charities,” said Domino’s spokesman Angie Lawrence.

“When the opportunity came up for us to sponsor Domino we just couldn’t resist.

“Supporting Medical Detection Dogs is an excellent way for us to help a local charity and ultimately assist someone to live a better quality life.”