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Assistance Dogs

assistance dogsPet owners often remark that having a dog adds far more to their life than just an excuse for a walk in the park. Many people find that dog ownership brings huge emotional and physical benefits, improving fitness, relieving stress and helping them to meet new people and make new friends.

For people with disabilities that effect can be much greater.

Assistance dogs, trained by organisations such as Guide Dogs for the Blind, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Dogs for the Disabled, Canine Partners, Support Dogs and Dog A.I.D, offer freedom, independence and a new found confidence to many disable adults and children.

The life-changing partnership formed between people with disabilities and their assistance dogs opens doors to fresh opportunities including friendships, hobbies, education and even careers.