St. John therapy dogs, owners earn accolades

News Feb 04, 2010 Ancaster News

The St. John Ambulance Hamilton Branch Therapy Dog Division held its annual pot-luck dinner and awards night.

More than 130 volunteers, branch members and representatives from the Ontario Council attended the evening. Members were recognized for their years of service. In addition, Therapy Dog volunteers, as well as their dogs, were recognized for their number of visits and community service hours.

The St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program builds on an outstanding tradition of providing expert first aid, health and community care. Established in 1992, the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program has grown to become a recognized leader in animal-assisted therapy. The program reaches out to thousands of people across Canada on a daily basis. The Therapy Dog Program brings comfort, joy and companionship to members of the community who are sick, lonely or reside in full-time care facilities. Clients reap the therapeutic benefits of the unconditional love of a four-legged friend.

St. John therapy dogs, owners earn accolades

News Feb 04, 2010 Ancaster News

The St. John Ambulance Hamilton Branch Therapy Dog Division held its annual pot-luck dinner and awards night.

More than 130 volunteers, branch members and representatives from the Ontario Council attended the evening. Members were recognized for their years of service. In addition, Therapy Dog volunteers, as well as their dogs, were recognized for their number of visits and community service hours.

The St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program builds on an outstanding tradition of providing expert first aid, health and community care. Established in 1992, the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program has grown to become a recognized leader in animal-assisted therapy. The program reaches out to thousands of people across Canada on a daily basis. The Therapy Dog Program brings comfort, joy and companionship to members of the community who are sick, lonely or reside in full-time care facilities. Clients reap the therapeutic benefits of the unconditional love of a four-legged friend.

St. John therapy dogs, owners earn accolades

News Feb 04, 2010 Ancaster News

The St. John Ambulance Hamilton Branch Therapy Dog Division held its annual pot-luck dinner and awards night.

More than 130 volunteers, branch members and representatives from the Ontario Council attended the evening. Members were recognized for their years of service. In addition, Therapy Dog volunteers, as well as their dogs, were recognized for their number of visits and community service hours.

The St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program builds on an outstanding tradition of providing expert first aid, health and community care. Established in 1992, the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program has grown to become a recognized leader in animal-assisted therapy. The program reaches out to thousands of people across Canada on a daily basis. The Therapy Dog Program brings comfort, joy and companionship to members of the community who are sick, lonely or reside in full-time care facilities. Clients reap the therapeutic benefits of the unconditional love of a four-legged friend.