Guide Dog

For the visually impaired, a guide dog is far more than just a helping tool: he/she is a companion, a personal and tolerant helper at all times and under all circumstances who accepts each and every disability and handicap of the owner.

Training a guide dog is a complex task. Emphasis is not only on the dog itself, whose capability development is also amended by contact-building skills with a diversity of people – all of this requires sophisticated psychological and pedagogical knowledge and extremely special skills on behalf of the trainer.



Requirements and conditions towards guide dogs-to-be and their future trainers likewise are very strict.