Resources


A black Labraror Retriever is sitting looking up a person whose face is not shown. The dog is wearing a red assistance dog vest. It has its front left paw raised touching the thigh of the person it is looking at. Assistance Dog International (ADI) resources page provides links to additional information regarding FAQs, helpful organizations, additional information on public access laws and travelling with an assistance dog, ADI's glossary of terms, and employment opportunities from ADI's member programs. 

This information is provided to the general public as a service to support our assistance dog partner teams.  These links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by Assistance Dogs International (ADI) of any of the products, services or opinions of the business, organization or individual. Assistance Dogs International (ADI) bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.


Frequently Asked Questions

Visit ADI's FAQs to learn more about ADI as well as assistance dogs in general. 


Other Resource Organizations 

Other resource organizations provides links for more information regarding:

  • individuals interested in or already with assistance dogs
  • animal assisted interventions and therapy dogs
  • resources helpful to assistance dog programs
  • where to look for a professional dog trainer
  • the United States' Department of Veteran's Affairs

Public Access Laws

Informational websites for countries all over the world on public access laws

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Travel Resources

Information on travelling with your assistance dog as well as helpful travel links for select countries

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Terms & Definitions

ADI's glossary of terms help define words used on this website.


Employment Opportunities

A list of employment opportunities from ADI member programs are advertised for 3 months unless otherwise specified by the program.

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Assistance Dogs at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics


Need information on how to travel to the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo with your assistance dog? 

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