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One dog can make
all the difference
One dog can make
all the difference
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A furry friend with
your health at heart
One dog can make
all the difference
Dogs in Service
Dogs In Training
Lives Changed

What is a service dog?

“Service dogs are dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.” – American Disability Act, 2011

Service dogs provide help increase the level of independence of a person with disability by helping them carry out daily living activities. They also provide therapy, companionship and a way to socially interact with others.


Matching and Placing

Service dogs are dogs that have been trained to carry out tasks for persons with a disability to make their daily lives easier. Service dogs can be trained to do a variety of tasks, from opening doors for persons in a wheelchair to alerting a hearing impaired person that someone is at the door.


Dog-Assisted Therapy

The therapeutic power of dogs has long been recognised. It’s been documented in many therapeutic settings that when a dog is present in therapy, people tend to forget about the other humans and their inhibitions disappear. 

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