Unleash the potential of your exceptional dog
Are you the proud owner of a well-mannered canine that seems to possess an extraordinary purpose?
If you’re interested in helping your furry friend reach their full potential, why not consider training them to become a therapy dog? These incredible animals can make a significant difference in people’s lives and contribute to the well-being of our communities.
Maybe you have a need for a service dog and already have an exceptional dog in your life.
Discover more about the unique roles and valuable benefits that therapy and service dogs can provide.
Whether it’s offering comfort as a therapy dog or assisting individuals in need as a service dog, their impact is undeniable.
Facts about therapy dogs:
Being a therapy dog can be an incredibly rewarding experience for our furry friends. These special canines provide a source of comfort and companionship for individuals in need. By offering unconditional love and support, therapy dogs bring joy and relief to those they interact with.
They have a remarkable ability to sense emotions and provide a calming presence, making them invaluable in various therapeutic settings. Whether it’s in hospitals, nursing homes, or schools, therapy dogs make a positive difference in the lives of many. So, next time you come across a therapy dog, remember the incredible impact they have on the well-being of others.
Please note that Companion Paws therapy dogs are designated companion dogs and will not be certified as service dogs. Therapy dogs are companion dogs trained to provide affection, comfort and company and are not afforded the same legal privileges as service dogs.
Facts about service dogs
Service dogs play a crucial role in providing assistance to individuals with disabilities. They are highly trained to perform various tasks that help improve the quality of life for their handlers. These amazing creatures not only offer physical support but also provide emotional and psychological support to individuals in need. It is truly remarkable how service dogs can make such a positive impact in the lives of their handlers.