the next twelve to eighteen months, Heeling Allies will be privately
training service dogs for teenagers and young adults between the ages of 15 ~ 25
with Tourette Syndrome. This program modification is effective as of August 1, 2013.
Dogs Change Lives
An Understanding Friend
Emotional Support Dogs provide therapeutic, physiological and
psychological benefits to individuals with special needs. These special needs can range from
depressive disorders to Tourette syndrome; and include physical conditions such
as, Lupus or Multiple Sclerosis.
Emotional Support Dogs can also benefit older adults by providing
affection, companionship, emotional comfort and support, and encouraging physical
A Perfect Fit for You
Heeling Allies Emotional Support Dogs are custom selected and tailor trained to
meet the unique lifestyle needs of each of our clients. Heeling Allies dogs are steady, stable,
well-mannered allies; that possess strong obedience skills, take direction
promptly and willingly, and have kind dispositions, and are good with adults,
children and other animals.
Emotional Support Dogs often provide their handlers with:
from feelings of isolation.
increased sense of well-being.
structure and healthy habits.
increased sense of security.
increased sense of self-efficacy.
increased sense of self-esteem.
increased sense of purpose.
improvement, and increased optimism.
secure and uncomplicated relationship.
- A dependable and predictable love.
- Affection and nonjudgmental companionship.
for social interactions.
in debilitating symptoms.
access to the world.
support emotional support.
include: developmental disorders, psychiatric conditions, and physical
Mori, has provided a sense of calmness and fun in my daughter's life.
We've brought Mori to my daughter's counseling meetings and other
locations, and he has turned out to be a perfect addition to our family.
In fact, he has helped my younger daughter and me too.
- K.S., Heeling Allies client
© 2008-2014 Heeling Allies. All Rights Reserved.