Residents Enjoy Therapy Dog Visit

Posted on 16th Oct 2023 by Imogen Bowers
jean p

We were recently lucky enough to have a visit from Pets As Therapy dog, Billy, and her handler Judith.

Billy is a two year old Schnoodle (Schnauzer crossed with a Poodle) and she joined us on her first ever day working as a therapy dog! Everyone was so impressed with her calm temperament and her visit really lifted the spirits!

A resident stands with a walker and pets a therapy dog.

A seated residents smiles at a therapy dog on a lead.

Therapy dog Billy visits a resident in their room.

A smiling resident cuddles a therapy dog.

A seated resident feeds a therapy dog a treat.

A therapy dog is gently held aloft in front of a smiling resident.

A seated resident strokes a therapy dog on her lap.

A resident smiles at a therapy dog held in front of her.

A resident talks to the therapy dog.

A smiling resident looks at a therapy dog on the floor in a large lounge.

A resident smiles as a therapy dog is given a treat in front of him.

A resident holds a therapy dog on her lap and talks to its handler.


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