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Dog Aid (Assistance In Disability) is a national voluntary organisation, which provides specialised training for people with physical disabilities and their own pet dog.

The main difference between Dog AID and many other assistance groups is that the disabled owner actually learns how to train their own dog. Generally all the training is carried out by the owner with supervision from a specially trained instructor.

Dog AID training is designed to give a measure of independence and provide owners with the knowledge to train other tasks. This allows them to adapt the training to their own needs with an instructor, who is able to give advice as required.

Last updated on 17/02/2014

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