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Admission Criteria

Chien noir

Assistance dog

Have a prescription from your doctor or psychologist for:

  • ​Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
  • Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)​

  • Mood disorder

  • Agoraphobia

  • Reduced mobility (According to assessment)


  • Be able to commit to rigorous training or have a mentor (for those under 18)

  • Do the necessary follow-up for your condition (doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist, therapist, etc.)

  • Be able to travel to do face-to-face assessments and training or pay travel expenses if the courses must take place at your home

Le parcours
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  1. Fill out the form on our website;

  2. You will receive a confirmation email with a form to complete;

  3. Complete the form and return it to us with all your documents in ONE EMAIL


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Allow 14 working days for analysis of your file if your file is complete


If your application is accepted, we will evaluate your dog based on specific criteria so that it is the best companion in your process. We need to ensure that your dog is able to undergo specialist training tailored to your needs. If you pass this assessment a training plan will be put together for your pair. 


You will begin your training with your canine trainer and our wonderful team will support you on your journey. 

You will go through all the steps necessary for the proper development of your assistance or intervention dog. The courses are hybrid: face-to-face courses and videoconference courses. This period of time is indefinite because it is adapted to your pace and your needs. 

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The certification exam is from the age of 18 months with a sterilized dog. Once you have passed the exam, you will receive a certificate stating that your dog is officially certified. You will have in hand your certified card and all the necessary documents supporting your situation.  

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