Jan and Mike’s Pet Partner is Cricket, a seven-year-old Samoyed.
Since Jack already volunteers at the hospital, it will be a smooth transition to visit UW Hospital & Clinics for this Pet Partners team.
My favorite part of the job is THE WHOLE JOB. I get to ride in my stylin’ turquoise blue stroller. Then I get attention lavished on me for an hour or two. My job description: Purr. Purr. Purr.
Before joining, I volunteered for 10 years so kinda thought I knew a lot. Now, I realize now how much Pet Partners and my Dogs on Call mentors have taught me!
Kay volunteers at the Dane County Humane Society (DCHS) and found Jesse, a Maltese mix, when she came in as a stray. …
Shadow the cat goes to libraries with Pet Partner Laura. Dogs On Call is always looking for more dogs and non-dogs teams to join our current reading program.
Lori has a tag team of two Pomeranian therapy dogs, Pixel (1-1/2 years old) and Deja (7 years old). Pixel came from …
It can be confusing for pet owners to know what sort of help they need and where to find it. The lack of regulation and transparency in the industry can lead pet guardians into pitfalls.
Bill and Jane will be visiting a wide variety of facilities with Morgan – skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, schools, colleges and rehab centers.
Wendy and active Jenga are looking for visiting locations without fragile populations
Moving stories of what our teams experienced during patient visits: This is why we do this! Karen & Pete
Stephanie and Olive will be busy. They plan to visit schools, libraries, dorms, and hospice patients.
Tracy and Oliver plan to visit libraries, schools, and hospitals.
In the collection of dated dog training books I have, there are horror stories worse than I could have imagined. Dog training methods in past years have been far from reward-based methods
The first visiting goal for Sally and Kaylee to visit with hospice patients and families
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.