Therapy Dog In Action


Having a fluffy friend by your side makes everything seem surprisingly better. Ever wonder how therapy dogs help with providing comfort for people in care homes? Watch Nala, a teacup poodle, give emotional support and extra love to patients that need it most at a nursing home in Minnesota.


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Our PET EVENTS focusing on Mental Health Wellness have proven that interacting with affectionate dogs can reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, lower blood-pressure and even decrease the perception of pain. These petting sessions offer students and staff who are feeling stressed and overwhelmed, the opportunity to increase socialization through interaction with dogs and people in a relaxing setting.

Do you have a gentle well-behaved dog who loves people and is nice to other dogs? You may want to find out about joining our Therapy Dog Program. Check our Requirements to see if you are a right match and contact us. Let's see whether your dog would be suitable to work as a Therapy Dog providing love and comfort to people in need in your community!


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