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Adult/Child and Canine Partnership Program
Training dogs for people with disabilities
Brown Dog

Living with Autism

One of my very wonderful clients suggested I should place my knowledge and skills into training dogs for children with disabilities. Being a speech therapist herself, she recognised that many of the familiarisation techniques we use for puppy training are similar to that used for children with speech and communication difficulties. Having worked for Guide Dogs for the Blind in the UK I have experience with training dogs for specific needs for people so it seemed like a great idea.

This has been so successful we now train Assistance Dogs for a variety of conditions such as;

  • Depression

  • Bipolar

  • PTSD

  • Panic Attacks

  • Anxiety

  • Agoraphobia

  • Social phobia

  • Diabetes Alert Dogs

  • Night Terrors

  • Epilepsy

  • Emotional Support

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

PATS now has a wonderful program for anyone living with disabilities .


You will need to apply to the DLGSC to register your assistance dog. Click the button for more information

Choosing a Dog



Many families go ahead and purchase their dog without the assistance of a professional. This can prove to be upsetting when they discover that the dog is not able to cope with some of the areas that an assistance dog may have to encounter during his work. So if you are thinking about buying a puppy then let us help you find one.  We will conduct a behavioural evaluation to ensure we have a mentally sound puppy at the start of training.

Already have a dog? We can assess your dog to check his or her suitability for your needs.

Thinking of rescuing a dog? Again we can conduct the behaviour evaluation for you.

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