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Caring for household objects: Taking care of animals

13 tips and ideas 
User opens hatch to access eggsAccessible chicken house
Modifications enable wheelchair user to take care of chickens
Bird feeding stationBird-feeding station outside the window
- makes it possible to watch birds without having to go outside
The user pulls on the string of the cat toyCat toy that is controlled using the mouth
A customized design that enables someone with extensive disabilities to play with his cat
User has dog attached to belt and holds on to a railingDog leash with belt
Dog leash with belt – suitable for persons with impaired hand function and for pole walking
Dog training for service dogDog training
Dog training for service dogs provides assistance in daily life to people with disabilities
User on walk with dogs running round herDogs for wheelchair users
Herding dogs are appropriate dogs for wheelchair users
Gate on rampEnclosure for dogs
The enclosure make it possible for a user who operates a wheelchair to be able to let the dogs out
User transports hay on hand cart.Feed horses
Hay for horses is transported by hand truck
User with his dog’s leash attached to the wheelchairHolder for dog leash on wheelchair footrest
- makes it easier for wheelchair users to take the dog on walks
User cleans stall with pitchforkPitchfork with handle
An ergonomic handle on stall and garden tools is suitable for persons with impaired hand function
PliersPliers
Passive pliers. Used for reaching, getting to and picking up things.
Service Dog ZoeService Dog Zoe
Service dog provides daily living assistance for people with disabilities
User with her service dogTrain a service dog by ‘clicking’
– a training method for service dogs