Twice a month, Pet Partners’ eNewsletter Just What the Doctor Ordered! delivers a dose of furry therapy to your inbox. Take a look at our past featured volunteers and the wonderful work that their animals do in our Therapy Animal Program.
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Pet Partners recognizes epilepsy as a condition and not an illness, which means Ruby is allowed to do her good work as long as her seizures are controlled, she feels well and an emergency plan is in place in the event of a seizure during a visit.Read more
Read the touching story of a man, his dog and their journey through life together.Read more
Junebug the therapy dog could tell the little girl was struggling to turn the page, so she offered a helping paw and they did it together.Read more
It was getting toward the end of their shift when a nurse approached Laurie and Truitt for just one more visit. She could never have imagined just how impactful that one visit would be – not just for the patient but for everyone around.Read more
When Maria became the patient, therapy dogs Walter and Holly were able to bring comfort and love to their handler in the hospital like they had for others so many times.Read More
Saying goodbye is hard. Bentley the Therapy Bunny shares his take on his final visit with one of his favorite friends!Read more
Among the many volunteers at this year’s Vermont Special Olympics were Peter Hoffman and his dog, Smudge, a Pet Partners registered therapy team.Read more
Recently Diana had to make the sad (but right) decision to retire her Therapy Dog, Harli. Harli had been battling cancer for several years, and the time had come to just let her enjoy her life.Read more
Meet Chris and her therapy animal, Harley Rose. They are a new team, and are a little bit different than most teams, as Harley is a pig!READ MORE
Long before Freckles was a Pet Partner, he was Verylon’s partner as a firefighter in Somerset, TX.Read More