Do you have a dog that loves people? Therapy dogs provide comfort to ¬†patients in hospitals, senior nursing care facilities or children’s long-term care facilities. They can also visit scout packs and other organizations. ¬†After you and your dog have become a registered therapy dog team you can then go on to becoming a Reading Education Assistance Dog (R.E.A.D.) team. If this might be for you and your dog, we can help prepare you for the therapy dog evaluation.

Pictured from top to bottom are: Paula getting some love from Fran’s dog Victoria, Fran and Sammy at a R.E.A.D. visit at a local library, and Fran and Victoria with cub scouts.