Watch this video to see the wonderful work that Sunny is doing at St John of God Murdoch Hospital. Sunny is doing a fantastic job brightening the lives of many staff and patient. Great work Sunny! Click Here to watch the 7NEWS story on Sunny the Wellbeing Dog.
The Dogs Connect Program is revolutionizing the way we view canine companionship in educational and care settings. By incorporating specially trained dogs into schools, aged care homes, and hospitals, these programs offer a unique approach to enhancing social experiences, improving attendance rates, and fostering essential life skills. As you delve deeper into this blog post, [...]
The use of reading dogs in schools has gained significant attention in recent years as an innovative approach to improving students' reading skills by helping students be more open to learning. Specially-trained pooches supply kids with a unique chance to hone their literacy abilities in an encouraging and unbiased atmosphere. In this blog post, we [...]
A big thank you to Simone Kerwin and the Wangaratta Chronicle for this great article about Maggie the wellbeing dog. Click here to read about the positive impact Maggie the groodle is having on St Bernard's Primary School and the wider community!
It’s no secret that humans and dogs can make wonderful, supportive and meaningful connections with each other. It’s one of the reasons that dogs are now working in many settings to provide physical and emotional support to more humans than ever before. We are seeing the rise in important roles for dogs in schools, hospitals [...]