Irish Therapy Dogs very much miss visiting our wonderful friends in all categories of Care Centres throughout the country. We can assure you that our best part of normal will be returning to seeing you all.
These are difficult times, but necessary that everybody plays their part to keep each other safe. With a united front we look forward to a brighter future when the dogs can get their cuddles and we can get our hugs again.
Due to the present unprecedented circumstances and HSE restrictions, Irish Therapy Dogs have taken the decision to close our office. We will be back in operation as soon as restrictions are lifted and it is safe for us all.
Let us all look after each other. Keep safe, keep well.
Irish Therapy Dogs are following the HSE and Nursing Homes Ireland directives regarding the containment of the COVID-19 virus. It is a difficult time for everybody. It is up to each and every one of us to help prevent the virus spreading.
Irish Enterprise Awards 2020
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For the second year running Irish Therapy Dogs has been awarded BEST PET THERAPY SERVICE 2020. We are very proud of this achievement which acknowledges the dedication of our Volunteers and wonderful dogs. 🐾
“On behalf of EU Business News, I’m delighted to confirm that Irish Therapy Dogs has been awarded Best Dog Therapy Service 2020.
How was Irish Therapy Dogs selected?
At EU Business news, our extensive research and judging process is driven by merit meaning that awardees must demonstrate expertise within a given field, dedication to customer service and commitment to excellence and innovation.
Research was centred around an in-depth evaluation of skills and services on offer and the wider market reputation of each nominee was taken into consideration.” – Karen Benton – Awards Executive, EU Business News
“When I look into the eyes of a dog I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul.”
The Hospital Saturday Fund (HSF) Reception, Thursay 20th February 2020 hosted by The Lord Mayor at Dublin’s Mansion House. Irish Therapy Dogs were very pleased to be among the group of 26 charities who were each presented with a cheque for €4,000.00 to aid with, and in recognition of ongoing valuable work within each organisation.
Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank St. Joseph’s Parish, Glasthule for facilitating our Annual Cake Sale on Sunday, 26th January 2020. We appreciate the support and acknowledgement given by the parishoners of Glasthule to our charity. A sincere thank you to Ann and all those who gave of their culinary skills, and those who very kindly supported us on the day.