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The West’s Awake !

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Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the Galway/Mayo Volunteers who travelled to attend the Volunteers’ Meeting held at the weekend in Tuam, Co. Galway . The meeting was a great success due mainly to the enthusiasm and commitment of those who attended, which bodes well for the future of the organisation in the Galway/ Mayo Area.

New Volunteer Visiting Teams!

Image (53)Irish Therapy Dogs welcome New Volunteer Visiting Teams, Annette and Floyd and Luci and Madge. No doubt they too will bring very special moments to all the wonderful people they will visit.

REMINDER FROM MAGIC!

Used MagicFrom the end of this month it is a legal requirement to have all dogs microchipped and their details registered on one of the four Government approved databases.
Local authorities, the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine and the Gardaí will be responsible for enforcing the law.
Owners of dogs found without a microchip could face a fine of up to €5,000.

Cáisc Shona Dhaoibh!

easter 1A Very Happy Easter to all our Volunteers, Junior Members, Care Centre Residents and Staff, School Pupils and Teachers, Sponsors and all who support Irish Therapy Dogs.

Thank You!

 

Image (49) (1)A sincere thank you to our Volunteer Visiting Teams who participated in the Kilkenny St.Patrick’s Day Parade. Our presence at such events creates an awareness and interest in the work of Irish Therapy Dogs.

New Volunteer Visiting Teams !

Image (48)Irish Therapy Dogs welcome New Volunteer Visiting Teams, Miranda and Teddy, Aisling and Millie, and Kerrie and Glory. No doubt they too will bring very special moments to all the wonderful people they will visit.

Thank You!

Image (46)A sincere thank you to all our Volunteer Visiting Teams for their presence at our attractive Exhibition Stand at the Irish Kennel Club Dog Expo today. Our dogs and their owners gave a warm welcome, with plenty of ‘wagging tails’, to all who visited our Stand and this was reflected by the interest shown in the work of Irish Therapy Dogs. A demonstration was given where Volunteers simulated visits to Care Centres and showed the therapeutic effect that Therapy Dogs have on residents. We hope that, in the future, we will welcome back some of the visitors to our Stand as Volunteer Visiting Teams.

New Volunteer Visiting Teams!

 

Irish Therapy Dogs welcome New Volunteer Visiting Teams, Phil and Péig, and Sandra and Jesse. No doubt they too will bring very special moments to all the wonderful people they will visit.Image (34)