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Augusta air travelers find comfort in therapy dogs

...exactly what Augusta airport officials were going for Monday when they announced they have joined with volunteers from Therapy Dogs Inc. to introduce a new canine ambassador program, Paws for Pax.Six certified teams from the company's local branch...
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...
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 Community Service: Local canine tester for Therapy Dogs Inc. Quote: "You can tell almost right away about a...
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...
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...
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...
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.
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