Dog Days

7 thoughts on “Dog Days”

  1. That is SO great! I think it’s so great when animals visit hospitals, senior homes, etc – it really does make the day for so many people.

    What would be better than a furry, happy little visitor? Not much, if you ask me (but then, I LOVE dogs!).

    It’s great that you’re doing this. šŸ™‚

    Cheers,
    Crissy

  2. That’s awesome — when I lived in Victoria, one of my ferrets was a registered therapy animal (although the organization in question was definitely on the “visiting” side of the equation, “therapy animals” is what they called ’em.)

    It was a ton of fun, I think you’ll enjoy it. šŸ™‚

  3. It’s crazy – I was just talking about wanting to this, at some point in the future when my living situation allows me to have a dog.

    I know that if I were stuck in the hospital I would feel complete gratitude to the people who take the time to bring in their dogs. šŸ™‚

  4. The non-denominational religious guy (pastor, chaplain?) at VGH brought his dogs in while I was a patient. They were fugly dogs, but I was still miffed that I wasn’t allowed to pet them. I have since volunteered for PADS as a puppy cuddler, and can attest to the feel good power of dog love while in recovery.

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