Autonomous non-profit organization Training and Dog Training Center "Dogs-Assistants for Humans with Disabilities"
The main task of the center is the social rehabilitation of people with disabilities with the help of specially trained dogs. Since 1999, guide dogs or guide dogs have been trained here for visually impaired people. And since 2003, dog therapists have been trained for children with developmental disabilities and conduct classes on canis therapy.
The center provides rehabilitation services at no cost.
Like most socially oriented NGOs, the organization conducts its activities through donations, both private and corporate, as well as through grant-giving and state organizations.
The center employs true professionals dedicated to their work. In addition, the work of the center would not have been possible without volunteers who not only help to significantly save the money received, but also provide stunning examples of love and selflessness.