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Irish Therapy Dogs visit St. Matthew’s Primary School

There was great excitement in St. Matthew’s Primary School, Sandymount when Irish Therapy Dogs visited recently.  A sincere thank you to Principal Naomi Rousseau, the staff and pupils for their warm welcome. Thank you also to our Volunteer Visiting Teams who were present on the day. Tails wagged, smiles and laughter abounded, as the boys

Thank You !

As National Volunteering Week 2014 draws to a close Irish Therapy Dogs would like to sincerely thank all our Volunteers and their wonderful Therapy Dogs for their dedication and commitment. The joy and happiness their dogs bring to the Residents, Staff and Pupils in the Care Centres and the Schools they visit is something special

Congratulations Susan!

Congratulations to Susan from Co. Louth who won our 2013 Volunteers’ Annual Draw. Susan was recently presented with her prize – a beautiful painting of her two Irish Therapy Dogs Bart and Lois. The artist – Claire – is one of our Volunteers. Thank you Claire!

CIT Students go to the Dogs!!!!

Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the students at Cork Institute of Technology for the warm welcome given to our Volunteer Visiting Teams when they visited recently.  The day was a tremendous success as the students availed of the opportunity to de-stress as they interacted with our Therapy Dogs. We appreciate the acknowledgement and

Crosshaven Farmers’ Market

Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank Crosshaven Farmers’ Market for facilitating our Awareness Day held there on May 3rd. We appreciate the interest shown and generosity to our Charity by the many visitors to the Market. A special thank you to our Volunteers and their Therapy Dogs who gave a warm welcome to all who

Schooldays Really Are The Best Days Of Our Lives !

The sun shone, tails wagged and sheer joy emanated from the children in St Paul’s Primary School, Abbeylands, Navan,  Co. Meath when Irish Therapy Dogs visited recently. A big thank you to Principal Patricia Fahy, the staff and pupils for their warm hearted  welcome. Thank you also to our Volunteer Visiting Teams who were present on the

Under Bare Ben Bulben’s Head ………………

Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the Northwest Volunteers who travelled to attend the Volunteers’ Meeting held in the Yeats’ Country Hotel, Sligo on April 26th. The meeting was a great success due mainly to the enthusiasm and commitment of all attendees, which bodes well for the future of the organisation in the Northwest.

‘Wagging Tails’ at the Pavilions!

Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the Management and Staff, Pavilions’ Shopping Centre, Swords for facilitating our Awareness Day held there on April 13th. We appreciate the interest shown in and generosity  to our Charity by the many visitors to the Centre. A special thank you to our Volunteers and their Therapy Dogs who

Our Mission Statement

Irish Therapy Dogs’ Mission is to provide physical, therapeutic and educational benefit to people, young and old, fit and frail, alert and impaired, in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Day Care Centres, Schools and other places where people may be restricted from having pets and where the presence of dogs and their owners, will add comfort and support.

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Company Registration Number: 464658
Registered Charity Number: 20072391

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