“A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than you love yourself.” –Josh Billings

How true is that!

Dog owners would agree that merely being around their dogs fills their hearts with a sense of happiness, contentment, and peace. No matter how dull and dark the world might seem, as soon as our fido greets us, we tend to roll back to our happy-self and start savoring the moment!

Over the years, we, the human breed, have realized the importance of these four-legged sweethearts and learned how their companionship can beat multiple mental and psychological disorders. Medical science has affirmed that dogs contribute to driving emotional wellbeing

Considering the importance of dogs in reducing stress levels, the concept of therapy dogs has been embraced globally.

 

From schools and airports to retirement homes and disaster areas, trained dogs are widely used to offer calmness, affection, and comfort to people in need. This idea has taken significant strides in recent times and has become quite popular in the United States. 

Today, we have identified cases that have shown positive results from therapy dog sessions and have chosen to give our clients the opportunity to choose to have animal-assisted therapy in our sessions with our certified, trained canines. Therapy dogs can do a wonderful job!

* Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)     

* Children with Autism

* Heart Patients

* Treating Alzheimer Patients

* Dealing with Grief

* Depression

* Anxiety

* TBI

* Stroke Victims

* And much more...

These faithful companions can help us recover from life situations that are emotionally taxing and might take a toll if left unchecked. Therapy dogs have been able to reduce depression just by creating a happy aura. The best part is, they have succeeded where many medicinal treatments have failed! Isn’t this something to be happy and proud of?

We believe therapy dogs have a crucial role to play in today’s world where empathy can be a mighty cure for different illnesses.

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