• The first training camp in Latvia for service dogs
    During its five year history, the service dog association TEODORS has trained eight guide dogs and one assistance dog, which, pursuant to Latvian legislation, are registered by the Agricultural Data Centre (ADC)…
  • A Hike in Finland across Fort Örö
    The hike across the Island of Örö was organised by the Finnish Society for Blind Children, who kindly invited us, Theodorians, to take part. Participants from Latvia…
  • Boating along the Daugava
    In my opinion, this was a truly memorable event. Undoubtedly, before now, nobody had had the audacity to do anything like this in Latvia…
  • Help Serena become a guide dog
    A year ago, the Chairman of our service dog association TEODORS, Aleksejs Volkovs lost his best friend, guide dog Teodors. We would like to train and deliver a new guide dog into his care in time for Christmas! Please help us to make this festive gift come true!
  • Annual report 2017
    As has been the case every year, 2017 was quite eventful. Not only are we becoming more experienced and are better able to offer quality help, but we are becoming more creative and better organized…
  • Annual Report 2016
    On 12 April this year, the Service Dog Association TEODORS celebrated its third birthday. Every year, we are not only acquiring greater experience, but also daring to do more, as well as doing our best to improve the quality of our work…
  • TEODORS– Spring 2016
    With the appearance of the spring sunshine, our association resumed its activities outdoors!
  • Annual Report 2015
    In the year 2015, the Service Dog Association TEODORS put its creative skills to good use! As a result, we hope that we have become more useful, providing better quality services, learning from our mistakes and occasionally from those of others, as well as benefiting from the experience of other organisations for the blind in other countries…
  • The Dog and I
    Andris a young man is visually impaired. Since early childhood he has been dreaming about a dog his own. Finally his dream has come true! Last summer he met Feja and together they started guide dog training. In December of 2014 they successfully passed the guide dog examination…
  • Retrospective Annual Report 2014
    There are about 285 million people in the world with impaired sight. 39 million of them are completely blind, and 19 million of them are children under the age of 15. In Latvia about 40 thousand people have serious sight problems, and 7 thousand of them are practically blind…
  • Retrospective Annual Report 2013
    In January 2013, several representatives of the Latvian Ministry of Children and Family Affairs and of the Latvian Society of the Blind met to discuss the situation of people with disabilities and came to the conclusion that, with regard to the next decade…