Freedom Paws Assistance Dogs provide specialized trained assistance dogs to meet each person's individual needs.
At this time Freedom Paws places the following types of assistance dogs:
--Service Dog: is a highly trained dog that is placed with an adult who is disabled. The dog will be trained to pick up dropped items, tug open doors, turn lights on and off, push cabinets and doors closed, and many more tasks.
--Psychiatric Service Dogs: highly trained dog placed with an adult that has been diagnosed with an emotional disability. These dogs are trained blocking tasks for crowd control. They also can be trained to alert to anxious behaviors, and many more tasks.
--Skilled Companion: they are the same as service dogs, but they are placed with children that are under 18 years of age. The child must have a third person accompany them while out in public. This person is known as the facilitator.
--Hearing Dog: alerts individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing to everyday sounds.
--Diabetic Alert Dog: alerts a person who has type 1 diabetes when their blood sugar level is dropping, or elevating.
--Facility Dog: highly trained dog that works in a professional facility.
Freedom Paws Assistance Dogs wants to work with each person's individual needs to provide the best trained assistance dog. If you have any questions about our assistance dogs or if an assistance dog is right for you please contact us.