Claire has devoted the last 20 years of her life to clinically proving the case
for early detection of chronic diseases using dogs. She has conducted
qualitative and quantitative research over a number of years to prove to
the medical profession the value of this pioneering work.
“Claire’s work in developing the medical alert assistance dog service at Medical Detection Dogs has allowed many adults and children to function without fear of seizures, unconsciousness and potentially death”
Additionally, she is actively involved in training the animals in detection.
Her work in training the World’s first medical assistance dog for Addison’s
Disease has pushed the boundaries of research and science.
“Lives have been saved on a daily basis, children have been able to go to school, parents have been able to sleep at night… knowing their child has been safe all night”