What We Do

What We Do

Assistance Dogs

Assistance dogs are those that have been specially trained to help people who have some type of disability to carry out the activities of their daily life, in order to better integrate into society through special support for the dog, making it possible for them not to need of a third person, of which in many cases they do not have.

The dog is educated and socialized during the first year of life, in the next stage, which can last between 4 and 12 months, the specific training corresponding to the needs of the person to whom the dog will be delivered is carried out.

Finally, the adaptation of the dog to the user is carried out to be able to teach both the functions that they will perform in their day to day.

Our Assistance Dogs

Service Dogs

They are dogs specially trained for people with physical disabilities.

Trained to help pick up objects from the floor, bring objects closer, turn lights on and off, open and close doors, signal by barking or otherwise in the event of a faint or fall from the chair, pull the chair, undress the user, remove and put the clothes in the washing machine …

It greatly improves the self-esteem and autonomy of the person.

Guide Dogs

Trained for visually impaired or deafblind people.

Its main function is to help its user to warn him or avoid dangers or obstacles on the road, allowing him better mobility to carry out his daily activity with total normality, improving mobility and safety.

Medical Alert Dogs

For people with diabetes or epilepsy.

Trained to warn of changes that may occur in the body.

Dogs trained for type I diabetes, especially in children, detect the rises or falls in sugar that occur in the person, before they are aware of the change in the body and sometimes even before the person does. measurer. While dogs trained for epilepsy do not always detect that an attack is going to happen, their function is to collect the medication or notify someone at the time of the attack.

Autism Dogs

Aimed at people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Dogs are trained to watch over their user in confusing or stressful situations.

The activities that these dogs carry out are, for example, blocking the leaks that the person may have at a certain moment, increasing social integration, promoting communication, reassuring the person in the possible ¨attacks¨ that may occur.

On some occasions the dog has favored or even initiated communication between the child and the closest family members.

Favoring communication and social integration.

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