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The dogs, which have been selected for their temperament and airport suitability, will wear vests that read "Pet me!"...The program aims to relieve stress for travelers and make traveling more enjoyable, officials said.
Army veteran Randy Garner of Lacey avoids a crowd and sits in the hallway of the Worthington Center at Saint Martins University in Lacey with daughter Evelyn-Ruby and service dog Koda during a Washington Department of Veterans Affairs conference
For a long time, pets of various types have carried solace and bliss to individuals of all ages. They have been particularly welcome in nurturing homes and helped living offices as a manifestation of treatment and camaraderie for seniors. Pet
If there's one thing students miss when they go off to college, it's their pets. That's the theory behind a new program for stressed-out students at the University of Minnesota. It's designed to give them a chance to spend some quality time with a
The canine-human family just keeps growing at Marian Regional Medical Center! When the Sun wrote about the hospital's new pet therapy program in September, there were four people and their dogs working only one to two days a week. Now there are nine
News Therapy dogs are getting in the halloween spirit for their visits to patients at three local hospitals. The Dignity Health of the Central Coast offers a Pet Therapy program to help patients who are recovering. Studies show that animals can have
Anna-Belle struts into the Brightwater Senior Living home like she owns the place. The two-year-old bulldog is here to see old friends and make some new ones...She visits seniors, students and people being treated for mental health and addiction
Dori O'Neal, Tri-City Herald Zep is a coal-black German shepherd on a mission. He's a therapy dog who visits patients recovering from illnesses at Kadlec Medical Center in Richland to make them feel better. His owner, Donna Dill of Sunnyside, said he
So when she moved to the Jewish Home for the Elderly in Fairfield, Conn. , she was delighted to meet Comet, an 11-1/2-year-old therapy dog.
The Pennsylvania town where famed athlete Jim Thorpe was laid to rest in 1953 has asked a federal appeals court to throw out a ruling that could clear the way for his remains to be moved to American Indian land in Oklahoma. He lost his home and his