Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank Gerry and all the staff at The Orchard Home and Garden, Celbridge, Co. Kildare (a venue favoured by many of our Volunteers) for the warm and generous welcome extended to us at our Awareness Days held on Sunday 26th November 2017. We appreciate the sponsorship and the promotion given by Gerry to Irish Therapy Dogs. The event was very successful and we acknowledge the interest shown by their customers in the services we provide to Care Centres and Schools. With the very positive reaction we received we are very hopeful that in the future, we will welcome back some of Gerry’s customers as Volunteer Visiting Teams. Thank you also to our Volunteers who attended.
The Wheel commissioned a series of photographs to illustrate the impact of nonprofit organisations in the lives of the people and communities they work with. Irish Therapy Dogs were honored to be part of this illustration.
Photographer: Sean Breithaupt – www.wheel.ie
Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank all who supported our Sponsored Walk recently in Dublin and in Cork. We also thank our
Volunteers with their families and friends who traveled from near and far to join in the Walks. A Big Thank You to one and all for making the Day
a wonderful success.
Irish Therapy Dogs were very pleased to host a Meeting with five Directors of Kaniterapines Pagalbos Centras, Lithuania recently.
K.P.C have a similar vision to Irish Therapy Dogs. The Meeting was mutually beneficial to both Organisations.
Irish Therapy Dogs joined the Dean of Veterinary Medicine, Professor Michael Doherty, along with students from the school of veterinary at UCD and the Czech Republic to demonstrate the work of Irish Therapy Dogs on the 6th April 2017 at the Veterinary Science Centre, Belfield, Dublin 4.
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A Very Happy New Year to all our Volunteers, Care Centre Residents and Staff, School Pupils and Teachers, Sponsors and all who supported Irish Therapy Dogs at various events held nationwide throughout 2016.
We look forward to meeting you all again in 2017.
Irish Therapy Dogs made special friends at Beaumont Hospital.