These intelligent dogs are trained to support individuals with mental illnesses.
Individuals suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) benefit from these dogs.
Specially trained dogs with sensitive noses detect allergens in rooms and areas, helping people with severe allergies.
People with hearing loss rely on these dogs, which are trained to be aware of their environment and alert their handlers to important sounds.
These dogs provide support and an emotional connection to individuals with Autism, helping them in overwhelming situations.
These dogs can sense drops in blood sugar levels on a person's breath by sniffing the air, providing a crucial alert for those with diabetes.
Unlike mental health service dogs, therapy dogs offer comfort to those who are sick or grieving. They are chosen for their calm temperament and people skills.
These dogs sense impending seizures in their handlers, allowing them to take precautions before the seizure occurs.
Known as "seeing eye dogs," they serve as the eyes for individuals with visual impairments, guiding them through daily obstacles and tasks.
People with mobility issues rely on these dogs to assist with everyday tasks, such as reaching light switches or doorknobs.
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