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Established in 2001, it trains about 15 service dogs a year and is the only organization of its kind in the Czech Republic which has achieved the high standard required for membership in Assistant Dog Europe and Assistant Dog International. For this
Technology giant Microsoft is secretly trialling a new computerised headband that could help blind people see'. The device, which resembles an Alice band, is similar to Google Glass in the way it relays information about its wearer's surroundings.
From pets to wild animals, from the strange to the amazing, Animal Crazy has the animal world covered...Corcoran suffered shrapnel wounds in the April 15, 2013, blasts and is now battling post-traumatic stress disorder. She said Koda, her certified
Dogs may be man's best friend, but for a number of Chicago-area children, teens, tweens and young adults, that special bond between human and a four-legged friend is much, much more. Over time, animals have helped us work, provided transportation,
A little boy who has trouble walking will get some much needed help thanks to the generosity of strangers...He will need to use canes or a walker to get around for the rest of his life. A specially-trained service dog can help Everette get stronger,
Between Afghanistan and Iraq, 52,116 U.S. troops were injured. Many struggle with life after losing limbs from roadside bombs. Others live a mirage of normalcy after life-mangling injuries that but for modern battlefield medicine would have killed
Carla, Rosie and Poncho service dogs who live with their owners on Beacon Hill, hang out on Pine Street in front of Nordstrom's Wednesday afternoon and posed for photos for passersby. Carla, all 2.8 pounds of her, is the daughter of Rosie and Poncho.
02 July 2014 07:06 AM Three North Texas families say they feel betrayed by a nonprofit that was supposed to provide them with life-saving, specialized service dogs, trained to help manage Type 1 diabetes. These dogs, called diabetic alert dogs, can
She seemed certain there was a problem.' Photograph: Mark Chilvers for the Guardian I met my miniature dachshund, Mia, at a rescue centre five years ago. She was one of a litter of 12-week-old puppies confiscated from a puppy farm. I hoped she would
For children living with autism, communication can be a challenge, but an innovative program in Marin County is hoping to change that by pairing some of those talented kids with some very talented dogs. The program, called Jumping for Joy, is run