Assistance dogs


All owners can praise their dog’s attachment to them and its drive to please them, but some dogs are specifically selected to assist humans based on their well-balanced psychological characteristics and physical abilities. These canine assistants help people go about their daily lives in spite of a disability. They also act as a bridge, helping people to break their social isolation, as well as enabling them to be more independent and to control their own destiny. Most assistance dogs are trained by private charities established by passionate individuals.