Clear the way for assistance dog teams
Together we are building an assistance dog friendly future
Assistance dogs assist disabilities and can make their people more independent, safe and happy. Did you know that in addition to the guide dog, there are many other assistance dogs that are just as important?
Unfortunately, the assistance dog sector is still young, improvised and hardly regulated.
Seven barriers make becoming an assistance dog a gamble. But: each of these barriers can be removed with your help!
Together, we're shaping a future where more people can get a fresh start with a well-trained assistance dog - well supported, even on a small budget.
Together we pave the way for assistance dogs!
Unabhängig und gemeinnützig
Pfotenpiloten is committed to better foundations on a non-profit basis. To this end, we form diverse partnerships - but at the same time take care to remain independent of interest groups.
Our independence is of central importance to our work. We therefore do not train teams ourselves, and never will.
Although the focus is of course on the owners, we also keep the needs of the dog, the trainer, the public and the sponsor in mind. Only a concept that suits everyone can develop optimally.