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Life with a Service Dog

People who have difficulty walking can be supported by this specially trained assistant dog. The dog is also a point of peace to maintain a steady state, and can help to pull them up or use the stairs. Also they learn ways of helping that Wheelchair assistance dogs can also do, such as picking things up, opening the door, bringing things to you etc.

English- Alice is a service dog who helps the young Orla with cerebral palsy to move around more freely and independently. At the same time, he is her best friend and heals her loneliness. Day in day out he helps her to find her own way.

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English- Labradoodle Solar helps Sadie to be able to move around more freely. He also helps her get along better with her symptoms of autism.

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English- When working, service dogs wear a mobility harness which optimizes their performance. Here you can see an example of what a typical mobility harness looks like and how it is put on.

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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 working 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!

English- Assistance Dogs are not confined to the well known breeds. What you pay for is the friendship, care and a golden heart. George the Great Dane won a prize for his teamwork.

Here is the same girl in an interview, in which she shares her memories with her mother.

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English- A detailed explanation of how a mobility dog can help their owner to stand up from a chair or from the floor.

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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!

English- This young girl extensively documents how her assistance dog Windsor helps her to to recover from a serious brain injury. Here you can see how he helps with the shopping.
If you would like to find out more about Christy and Windsor, you can visit their blog.

This is the second part of the video where Windsor helps Christy to put the shopping on the conveyor belt at the till. She shows later how Windsor helps her to cross the road and to get into her car. It’s important to consider that some dogs can indeed learn to wait for oncoming traffic, but the responsibility of determining when it is safe to cross the road should never lie on the dog since their capacity to judge is approximately the same as that of a young child.

Here you can see the dog is wearing a harness. His owner is in rehab and she wants to try to walk freely since her brain injury. She demonstates how her dog acts as a pillar and helps her find her equlibrium.
At one point the dog has a little accident.

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