Laurel is interested in visiting at the airport, UW campus, and “anywhere else we can be helpful.”
Amy works at UW and says, “I see how much the students miss their pets.”
Labradoodle Charlee is the first pet ever (even as kids) for both LuAnne and her husband!
After spending her first two years of her life in an outdoor kennel. Penny loves her indoor life,
A UW Hospital therapy dog did a belly crawl down the hallway to Robin. She knew she wanted to be a therapy team – meet Hank the Australian Labradoodle
Audrey would like to focus visits with Maggie on locations with younger people – UW dorm visits, the Dane County Humane Society, and whatever else comes along.
After the sudden loss of Rooster, long-time member Amy knew she wanted another therapy dog and also knew she wanted a Newfoundland. Meet Bozeman!
To begin with, Allen is interested in taking Lily on hospital visits.
Marsha and mellow quiet Murphy like to visit with children and the elderly.
Kendle and Remy plan to focus on the Read With Me program and campus visits.
April was sold at a bargain price. “Lucky for her, lucky for us,” says Jeanne.
Lance and Bernese Mountain Dog Matilda visit at the UW dorms, the VA Hospital, and more. They are prominent in at the Meadowridge Library for the Read With Me program.
In 2014, Mary F. became a foster mom for Lambeau through Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin. He needed surgery on both knees, and Mary nursed him until he was finally healed several months later. By then she was smitten and adopted Lambeau into his forever home. Mary plans to start visiting with Lambeau at nursing …
Cricket, age 4, is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Pet Partner with Megan M. Also in the household are three cats – Greyson, Mootsie, and Alex. Megan would like to explore visiting children with emotional difficulties or really just about anything except bedside visits. Cricket is height challenged and too big to lift, so on-the-floor …
Stefanie N. adopted four-month-old Shepherd mix Jack from a humane society in Iowa. He was surrendered to them at two months old because he was given as a birthday present to someone who didn’t want him. He spent two months in a cage at the humane society because that facility doesn’t allow puppies less than …