Many people can benefit physically and emotionally from regular contact with the unconditional love of a dog. Therapy Dog Services takes a volunteer and their dog into hospitals, seniors' residences or nursing homes on a weekly basis. Partnerships have been established in these kinds of settings, where people are often restricted from having pets, to make the Therapy Dog visitation easier and on a regular basis.
Volunteers are required to undergo extensive orientation related to the service they may be providing.
Open to groups, institutions, events, and others who would benefit from a therapy dog team visit.
Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)
Call or email for details. Click here for information on how to request Therapy Dog Services. Click here for information on how to become a Therapy Dog Volunteer.
Donation for services is requested.
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