- Cate Archer
“Will I fit in there?”, ponders Doug the Pug therapy Dog!
One bite or two?
What do you think friends?!
It’s always a pleasure to meet fellow therapy puppers, big and small, and hear of the sweet love they share.
Showcasing such beautiful puppers together is a wonderful way to illustrate that there is no typical breed that makes a good Therapy Dog.
True beauty always shines from within.
Pets As Therapy Dogs are all temperamentally assessed by behaviourists to ensure that they will be happy and willing to enjoy the attention they will receive and never react negatively to any sounds, actions or behaviours coming their way.