Domino’s team refurbishes centre for medical detection dogs

IMG_0111_0103Domino’s Pizza head office sends in a makeover team 

Staff from Domino’s Pizza’s head office visited Medical Detection Dogs in Great Horwood on Thursday 25 July, to volunteer their services to refurbish the charity’s building.

Medical Detection Dogs called on the help of Domino’s, to paint and makeover their headquarters.  It was in need of a spruce up and the Domino’s DIY team were the ideal candidates for the job.  With some forward planning and inspiration the Domino’s volunteers performed a changing room style makeover to the building.

Dr. Claire Guest, CEO for Medical Detection Dogs, said:  “We were thrilled that staff from Domino’s volunteered their time to help us.  We are always looking for keen volunteers to get involved in our charity and we hope this new relationship with Domino’s will become a long term one.”

Angie Lawrence, CSR Manager, for Domino’s said:  “As a company we encourage all our team members to volunteer a day to work with a local charity. Every year, several local charities benefit from our staff visiting them to help them with a range of different projects.  I was invited along to meet with Claire and the team at Medical Detection Dogs and when they mentioned their office was in need of a lick of paint, I knew I would be able to find some willing volunteers to do the job.  As a brand we are passionate about being part of the local community and being able to make a difference.”

The team from Domino’s were given a talk about the charity and showed a video explaining how a trained medical dog can make such a difference to someone’s life.  The team had a great day and really enjoyed helping out this worthy charity.

To learn more about Medical Detection Dogs and to find out about the important work they do, please visit

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