Travel Resources Assistance Dogs International:

Individual countries and airlines determine their own regulations about access for assistance dog teams, and some may only allow access for teams that were trained and certified by an ADI Accredited Member program.  Assistance dogs partnered teams which are not trained by a program accredited by ADI or International Guide Dog

Travelling with an Assistance Dog British Airways:

We’re able to carry an assistance dog free of charge in the cabin of all our flights. Here’s more information about how to plan and book your flight with your assistance dog. What is an assistance dog An assistance dog is one that has been trained to assist a person

Travalling with Assistance Dogs Aer Lingus:

Travelling with Pets If they’re part of the family, they can be part of the holiday! With a range of options available, we can carry your beloved pet safely and ensure that its handled with care. Flights within Europe Transatlantic Flights Flights within Europe When travelling within Europe, the following

Guide and Assistance Dogs RyanAir:

 Everything you need to know about Guide and Assistance Dogs Guide/ Assistance dogs are NOT accepted on the following routes: Flights to/from Morocco Flights to/from Israel Guide/ Assistance dogs are accepted on the following routes: All Ryanair intra EU/EEA flights All Ryanair domestic flights  Specific Guidelines for the entry of

Assistance Dogs for Adults and Children:

If you require a trained service dog or assistance dog, you may claim €825 per year. This is the equivalent of a tax credit of €165 as a health expense, similar to the relief allowed for Guide Dog Allowance. You can use myAccount to claim this allowance. Service dogs are trained to meet

My Canine Companion:

My Canine Companion is an Irish national charity RCN 20079147 who provide accredited service dogs to people with disabilities, predominantly autism. In addition MCC provides a range of therapy dog services and autism awareness programmes. OUR MISSION: “To enhance the quality of life for people with difficulties predominately autism through

Medical Detection Dogs:

Medical Detection Dogs trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease with the aim of developing faster, more efficient and less invasive diagnostics that lead to better patient outcomes.  We are at the forefront of the research into the fight against cancer and other life-threatening diseases, including Parkinson’s disease and

Irish Therapy Dogs:

Irish Therapy Dogs was founded in 2008 by people with a dedicated interest in the use of pet therapy for the provision of comfort and companionship to people in long-term or daily residential care. It is a professional organisation aimed at providing a pet therapy service on a national basis.