TJ currently visits at St. Mary’s
Michael will be taking Nick to assisted living facilities, Agrace Hospice, and the Dane County Airport.
Team Lee and Maddy will be focusing on the Read With Me program in libraries and elementary schools.
We had a busy summer of kids’ programs .Altogether we reached about 500 kids. In addition to our children’s presentations, we visited many other facilities. A big thank you to our presenters & a huge thank you to the many teams!
Ann and Dewey will be trying campus visits and become involved with the Read With Me program.
Jodell and Jordy will be trying Read With Me, dorm visits, and hospitals.
Barbara and Samson have visited schools, libraries, retirement homes, and the UW-Madison campus.
Courtney W. lives in Middleton with Chopper, her five-year-old German Shepherd. Chopper came from a breeder in Sun Prairie; he’s the sixth …
Marcie and Jake already make Hospice Care visits. They plan to participate in the UW dorm visits where family members are in school.
We had an anniversary party celebrating four years of visits with inmates who not only enjoy petting the dogs, but conversation with our handlers makes a difference, too.
A look at our campus visits for the 2017-2018 academic year. It’s heartwarming when a student excitedly greets your pet by name because they remember them from a previous visit.
April was sold at a bargain price. “Lucky for her, lucky for us,” says Jeanne.
Five stories from pet partner team visits with hospital patients and staff. There are always great stories to share.
Anja’s pet partner Fritzi is a Small Munsterlander. This breed of dog is popular as a family dog and hunter in Germany, but rare in the U.S. Both of Fritzi’s parents have therapy dog experience.
Maggie the boxer will be a busy if Beth visits all the places she has in mind!
Adding a new dog to your family can turn everything upside down, even with the best planning.
Dogs on call member team Sue and Molly are eager to visit anywhere – hospitals, school, correctional facilities.
Juno loves children. Mother / son pet partners Laurie and Alexander hope to focus their visits on that audience.