Denise Kaydar: ‘I knew I wanted myself and Millie to help where we could and give something back to the community’

When Denise Kaydar adopted rescue dog Millie, she never thought that the Jack Russell would become the dog she is today, describing her back then as shy and almost ‘feral’. Fast forward nine years though and Millie is now [...]

Denise Kaydar: ‘I knew I wanted myself and Millie to help where we could and give something back to the community’2021-02-05T14:47:21+00:00

BBC Wales Presenter Lucy Owen becomes PAT volunteer for Read2Dogs

Lucy Owen, a journalist and BBC news presenter, has become the newest volunteer for our organisation, and is now encouraging others to think about making a New Year’s resolution to volunteer with their dog too. Volunteering is rewarding, good [...]

BBC Wales Presenter Lucy Owen becomes PAT volunteer for Read2Dogs2021-01-25T16:01:20+00:00

Announcement concerning the passing of our friend and colleague: Dinah Baynton-Dibley.

We are very sad to announce that Dinah Baynton-Dibley, who worked at Pets As Therapy as Placement Officer, died on 1 November 2018. Dinah loved dogs and was passionate about her work at Pets As Therapy, and over the years [...]

Announcement concerning the passing of our friend and colleague: Dinah Baynton-Dibley.2018-11-21T15:55:52+00:00

Anne and Gill complete the Blenheim Triathlon for Pets as Therapy!

Last weekend Anne and her friend Gill took on a tough challenge and completed the Blenheim Triathlon to raise money for Pets as Therapy. For every £75 raised a Read2Dog is produced. This was a fantastic achievement, and helps us to continue [...]

Anne and Gill complete the Blenheim Triathlon for Pets as Therapy!2019-02-25T13:50:23+00:00

Doug The Pug – A Working Dog’s Tale by Cate Archer

  Doug the Pug is a wonderfully sweet natured little dog.  As a Therapy Dog, he enjoys each and every one of his working days generously sharing warmth and kindness with all those who need a little tender loving care [...]

Doug The Pug – A Working Dog’s Tale by Cate Archer2017-03-29T12:28:01+00:00

Prince charmed by Little Dorrit, the tiny dog that helps people with dementia

The Prince of Wales was charmed by a tiny dog that helps people with dementia when he visited a hospital to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the British Geriatrics Society. The Prince of Wales was charmed by a tiny [...]

Prince charmed by Little Dorrit, the tiny dog that helps people with dementia2017-03-15T10:24:44+00:00

Sausage is named HiLife PAT Dog of the Year at Crufts

A lovable Staffordshire Bull Terrier from Jersey proved he was a ‘hot dog’ at Crufts when he was crowned winner of HiLife PAT Dog of the Year. Sausage and his proud owner Angie Seedhouse, who are both volunteers with the charity [...]

Sausage is named HiLife PAT Dog of the Year at Crufts2017-03-15T10:39:28+00:00

Pet and Patient – OT Magazine Article

OT Magazine (Occupational Therapy) published a great article about volunteers Pam and David Coombs with their three dogs and one cat. Read the article here on pages 64-65: https://issuu.com/2apublishing/docs/ot_jan_feb_17-issuu If you have a story you would like shared on our website or on [...]

Pet and Patient – OT Magazine Article2017-02-08T13:46:42+00:00
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