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Black Labrador lies at the foot of a green and mossy tree
Guide dog in harness out in the countryside
Puppies suckling the mother dog
Assistance dog closes a door by pulling a strap fastened to the handle
Mother, dog and daughter using a connecting lead on the way to school
Autism service dogs striking a pose on the grass
Under supervision, social support dog sniffs at the face of the wheelchair user, who pets him in return
Photo of the Guide Dogs for the Blind School premises from the outside, with three banners and a dog transporter
A foster dog with a motivational toy in its mouth walks on the lead

With the assistance of a dog 50 years ago, a handful of people founded the Swiss School for Guide Dogs in Allschwil. The then pioneer organization around the initiator Walter Rupp became a school with four divisions - guide dogs for the blind, social support dogs, assistance and autism service dogs. We invite you to celebrate the anniversary with us. Take a look at our new book or hear what contemporary witnesses say!

We are looking for foster families for our puppies – tel. 061 487 95 95