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  • Cate Archer

Intensive Care

‘Intensive Care’ is just what a benevolent puggy dog likes to offer when working as a Therapy Dog!

Doug the Pug Therapy Dog attended the Intensive Care conference, at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster, last week and was delighted by the interest from prospective recipients of the care Pets As Therapy dogs offer. 

It’s always good to be able to share the hygiene measures taken to ensure best practice so that confidence can be taken when supporting the presence of a Therapy Dog in a hospital environment. 

Life can be lonely for poorly peeps in hospital. We love to see hospitals accepting visits from registered temperament assessment Therapy Dogs knowing that they will be fully prepared to ensure compliance with their infection control policies. 

Paws up those who enjoy a bubble bath with their duckies! 


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