Candy

Therapy

My dog candy is a certified therapy dog who has touched many lives providing therapy to cancer infusion pantients in hospital and medical centers, elementary, middle and Highschool stidwnts, major corporations like corporate headquarters for Johnson and Johnson and united airlines @ newark airport, nj. I’ve had numerous people wherever Candy provides live and therapy […]

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Quinn

Therapy

Quinn is a Therapy Dog Advanced and an Achiever Dog for his work at our local elementary school in 1st, 2nd and Special Needs classes. Quinn listens to the children read and helps them to relax and become better readers. Quinn is very loving, knows his work and allows the children to be able to […]

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Jazz

Therapy

Jazz passed her animal therapy training two years ago. Since that time, we regularly visit the hospital once a week. We also visit our Consolidated Dispatch Agency which houses our 911 call center once a week. We have attended de-stress sessions at our local universities prior to exam week. We have participated in the “kissing […]

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Domino

Therapy

Domino is a 3 year old Siberian Husky. While he doesn’t have an traumatizing back story, he does have many endearing qualities. Any dog lover who knows huskies, knows what a challenging breed they can be. They are a beautiful northern breed that is known for independence and being extremely stubborn. Domino is wonderful combination […]

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Scout

Therapy

Scout, a greyhound, joined our family in 2016 after a successful racing career and birthing two litters of puppies. Whether it is despite of her life before retirement or because of it, Scout adores people. She is always supremely relaxed, often with legs in the air, and does not get rattled. Her serene presence seems […]

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Chance

Therapy

Chance has only been a therapy dog since August of 2019. His very first session was with a soldier who was suffering from PTSD. The session last approximately four hours at a local hospital. That soldier has recovered and is back working at Camp Roberts in California. Since his first session Chance has done 40 […]

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Rebel

Therapy

Meet Rebel – Walpole’s Community Resource Dog: Rebel is very well known in the town of Walpole and really can’t go anywhere without being recognized. She has not only received her Canine Good Citizen Award, but also graduated with her siblings from Golden Opportunities For Independence. Rebel is not your typical “service dog”. As a […]

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Ludo

Therapy

Ludo had a not so loving start to life he was bought as a bandaid for a child when she lost a friend. Ludos energy and size were quickly too much for the family to want to deal with and they were ready to get rid of him. Luckily for him a family member suggested […]

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Monson

Therapy

“Monson” is my seven- year- old Dalmatian and companion. I have been lucky enough to participate with him in a diverse range of therapy work. Monson (CH Yankee Sebago & Patch Mt Miles To Go Monson CGC, CGCU, BN, RA, TDIAOV, THDX, TKN, TKI, TKA) has competed in breed, agility, rally, and obedience, but his […]

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Azha

Therapy

Azha is my 2 year old GSD, she is a Therapy dog, as well as a rescue. I was diagnosed with PTSD a few years ago, as well as Depression, anxiety, and suicidal tendencies. I recently got Azha, just over a month ago, since then she has helped me in some of my darkest times, […]

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Nelson

Therapy

Nelson began work at age two and has worked full time for 9 years. First at a middle school in a small class for children with multiple different abilities. His personality – kind and mellow – created interest from many students on campus making him the “great equalizer” and lessening the stigma of a special […]

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Gertrude

Therapy

Gertie has been doing animal assisted therapy with people who have physical, cognitive and psychiatric disabilities in occupational therapy for over nine years. She is a people person and the epitome of human-animal interactions and bond. When she is with a client, regardless of age or ability, she makes them feel like the most important […]

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