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Therapy for Children

Children who are restricted in their development often really profit from the calm, unrestricted devotion that a dog can provide. The dog encourages, protects, and is simply there.

See for yourself how sensitively and diligently this dog invites the little boy to be friends.

English- this dog helps with incurable diseases. Unconditional love cures the grief, and a look of understanding in the dog’s eyes cures the rage. Sometimes an assistance dog can help when noone else can.

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English- this video from ‘Canine Assistants’ in the USA illustrates this topic without saying many words. Just like at Pfotenpiloten, assistance dogs are free of charge for people with disabilities.

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Our first teams will be introduced in 2018. Our aim: to have one hundred assistance dog teams by 2025.
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English- Children in particular suffer greatly from loneliness, which often is linked with being different. Dogs break down barriers and make it easier to have a conversation.

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English- Independence: this is especially important when children want to become an adult, and want to win their own freedom. An assistance dog can help a teenager with a disability to live a more mobile and free life.

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English- Here is a brave young boy and his four-legged friend, who walks through the difficult paths of life with him. The dog in this video is a therapy dog, which means it is not Caleb’s own dog, but a visiting dog. The impact of therapy shown through the relationship between the child and dog is clearly visible.

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English- Here is a beautiful animation about this topic:

Important!

The videos on this page show assistance dog teams from all around the world. They are limited to just the scenes that best demonstrate the dog and owner work together as a team. The banner ads displayed are not from us, but from the author of the videos.

There are no Pfotenpiloten teams yet.
Our first teams will be introduced in 2018. Our aim: to have one hundred assistance dog teams by 2025.
Please help us to support more people with a trained assistance dog!