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Royal Seal of Approval

PUBLISHED: 18:10 15 July 2010 | UPDATED: 17:32 20 February 2013

Royal Seal of Approval

Royal Seal of Approval

Prince Harry visited the assistance dog charity Canine Partners at its National Training Centre and headquarters in Heyshott, West Sussex.

Prince Harry visited the assistance dog charity Canine Partners at its National Training Centre and headquarters in Heyshott, West Sussex.



The Prince spent 90 minutes seeing the facilities, meeting some of the puppies in training and talking to people who have benefited from having a canine partner.


On the Princes arrival at the site, all the working dogs waiting in the courtyard to meet him broke out into a spontaneous welcoming bark, which made everyone smile and set the tone for a very informal and fun visit. Prince Harry was escorted round the training centre by Andy Cook, Canine Partners CEO, and the first port of call was the training hall where several of the Charitys youngest recruits were waiting to impress the royal visitor.


Among the pups lucky enough to interact with Prince Harry were 14 week old Labrador Una, who happily shook paws with the Prince, and even showed off how good her recall was by running to him when he called her.


To find out more about the charity visit www.caninepartners.org.uk

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