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Reading to dogs boosts pupils' confidence, literacy

...therapy dogs, taking the pressure and judgment of classmates out of the process. Twice a month, four volunteers from Therapy Dogs Inc. take their dogs to a classroom for one-hour reading sessions.Though research into the benefits of reading-assisted...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/education/2012-12-13/reading-dogs-boosts-pupil
Rants & Raves

...students at ASU. There is no doubt that dogs provide therapy, and their presence provides a lot of joy. Kudos to Therapy Dogs Inc.!RAVES TO THE Augusta Figure Skating Club for its Christmas Performance. The skating performances were absolutely...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2012-12-24/rants-raves
Therapy dogs help ASU students relieve exam stress

...your heart feel better, and who doesn't like a dog or a baby?"The handlers and their dogs were all members of Therapy Dogs Inc., which requires its members to participate in at least four assignments a year. Dogs can qualify to become therapy...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/education/2012-12-11/therapy-dogs-help-asu-stu
Therapy dogs ease stress for GRU medical students

...Augusta area giving comfort and relieving stress.The dogs from Jae-Mar-S Academy of Dog Obedience are members of Therapy Dogs Inc., and spend their days visiting nursing homes, the Children's Hospital of Georgia, Walton Rehabilitation Health...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/education/2013-01-31/therapy-dogs-ease-stress-
Trainer's dogs bring happiness to elderly

...subdued temperament makes her an ideal candidate for Therapy Dogs Inc., a national canine therapy program that puts pooches...training Community Service: Local canine tester for Therapy Dogs Inc. Quote: "You can tell almost right away about a...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/28/met_445460.shtml
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A girl's best friend

Genevieve Knotts, 4, closes her eyes as she hugs Lad, a Shetland sheepdog owned by Therapy Dogs Inc. staffer Marcia Geraci, during a storytime program for children at the Appleby Branch Library. Personnel from Therapy Dogs talked to the children about dog safety and allowed them to interact with the animals.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/07/14/ric_458646.shtml
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