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Autism Assistance Dogs provides highly trained Assistance Dogs for children with Autism and their families.
Irish Dogs for the Disabled provides special trained Assistance Dogs to physically disabled children and adults.
Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind provides a guide dog  programme for people who have a vision impairment or total sight loss.
The purpose of the Center for Human-Animal Interaction is to provide a formal structure for and promote interdisciplinary and interinstitutional research, clinical practice, and educational activities related to the human-animal relationship. 
Pets as Therapy Volunteers provide therapeutic visits to hospitals, hospices, nursing and care homes, special needs’  schools in Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom. 
Medical Detection Dogs train dogs to help people with life-threatening health conditions, giving them greater independence and above all saving their lives on a daily basis. 

The Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA).

The Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ Pet Guardian Programme endeavours to honour your wishes for your pet(s) future. 
Dogs in Distress rescues unwanted dogs.
University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine
Promotes and protects the rights, freedoms and dignity of older people by developing support and advocacy services wherever ageing poses a challenge for individuals.

Our Mission Statement

Irish Therapy Dogs’ Mission is to provide physical, therapeutic and educational benefit to people, young and old, fit and frail, alert and impaired, in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Day Care Centres, Schools and other places where people may be restricted from having pets and where the presence of dogs and their owners, will add comfort and support.

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We are a registered charity.

Company Registration Number: 464658
Registered Charity Number: 20072391

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