Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank Wicklow SPCA, Sharpshill for the Best Stand Award at their recent event, All About Animals on May 6th.
We were extremely honoured to receive this award.
Will you and your friends run, jog or walk for Irish Therapy Dogs on June 3rd? We would very much appreciate your support.
Please contact us for a sponsorship pack
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01-5446198
Donations can also be made through iDonate
Tom and Django at the dog-friendly viewing of ‘Isle of Dogs’ in The Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield recently.
Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the Management and Staff at Pavillion Shopping Centre, Swords, for the warm welcome extended to us at our Awareness Day held there on Sunday 25th March 2018. We thank their customers for the interest shown in our Charity and appreciate the promotion and support given, once again, to Irish Therapy Dogs.
Saturday 19th May
10:00am – 5:30pm
The Orchard Home and Garden Centre, Celbridge.
All Are Welcome
Irish Therapy Dogs Juniors were Very Privileged to have Jim Stephens once again share his extensive knowledge and expertise with them on Sunday 11th March 2018.
Jim is a Consultant to the Irish Kennel Club on animal behavioural matters. Jim is recognised as one of the most qualified animal behaviourists in the country, holding a Masters Degree from Southampton University in Companion animal behaviour counselling. He speaks regularly on all aspects of dog and feline behaviours and writes for several national publications, as well as appearing on TV and radio. Jim acts as a club representative on the Irish Kennel Club Ard Chomhaire, where he also serves on the Agility, Obedience & Working Trials Committee.
a Big Thank You Jim from all the Juniors who have benefited very much from your help and support.
They will want you back Jim, no doubt !!!!
Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the Galway/Mayo Volunteers who traveled, some through difficult weather conditions, to attend the Volunteers’ Meeting held at the weekend in Tuam, Co. Galway. The meeting was a great success due mainly to the enthusiasm and commitment of those who attended, which is encouraging for the future of the organisation in the Galway/Mayo Area.
Vicky, student at Dublin Business School, is joined by Irish Therapy Dog volunteers, Margaret & Sammy, Karin & Zola and Hilary & Google, who are participating in Vicky’s research on Pet Therapy.