In Home Pet Therapy Services for Seniors & Disabled

Our furry friends offer us unconditional love and companionship.  Interacting with pets is therapeutic for seniors and the disabled and is shown to boost their general health and well-being.

In 1859, Florence Nightingale wrote that a small pet “is often an excellent companion for the sick, for long chronic cases especially.”

Studies have shown that pet therapy for the seniors with a dog improves physical functioning and vital signs, reduces loneliness, agitation and depression, and is beneficial for engagement, nutritional intake and social interaction, even for those suffering from dementia.

We have several dogs to provide Animal Assisted Therapy Services, which are available upon request at no extra charge to our clients.  Feel free to review their biographies under the About Us page.

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