Service Puppies are Helping Children with Autism

Dogs have proven to be some of the biggest sources of help to people dealing with disabilities. These particular puppies help kids with autism and they need more handlers. In Yuba City we see this amazing video of what some of these dogs are actually capable of. They are some of the most obedient and accommodating dogs out there.

The first dog you see in the video is only 9 months old. They are trained virtually from birth to cater to the needs of the disabled folks they help. Patty Basile from Pawsitive Dog Solutions is trying to raise awareness for kids that need therapy dogs. Currently she’s trying to help out 75 children that are in need for dogs like those you see in the video.

If you know of any great handlers out there then lend a hand!

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