A method to dispense reward treats to a dog in training.
A client was a lady in a wheelchair and training a new assistance dog. She needed a method to deliver treats to the dog but unable to do so.
A Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) school uses a small tractor to tow a powered machine. The speed control lever is mounted on the tractor with plastic pipe clips which allows it to be detached easily when necessary.
The client who has stiff hands takes her dog for walks when she is in her wheelchair and needs a method of automatically dispensing a dog treat as the dog is trained to respond to treats when performing tasks. A large palm operated button is envisaged to operate the device attached to the wheelchair. Sketches […]
A client who travels in an electric wheel-chair has a dog which is unable, or unwilling, to run when its lead is attached to the wheelchair, and would not get up onto the client’s lap. The client wished to be able to go out and take the dog with her. A lightweight dog seat was […]
The client has cerebral palsy with very little movement other than of his head and drives his electric chair with his chin. He has a pet dog and wanted to have some degree of control when they go out together, though he is accompanied by his carer. A self-retracting dog lead is situated behind the […]
After hip surgery the client was unable to bend to place a cat bowl on the floor. Screw fittings were attached to the bowl and to a long lightweight plastic handle. The handle can easily be removed for cleaning. The client can now safely feed her pet without the need to bend.
This lady could not open the door on her bird cage. A nylon cord and handle were fitted to the bird cage door catch. The client can now open the bird cage door with ease.