Clinical therapy dogs are placed with individuals or families who want to take a well-trained dog to visit nursing homes and assisted-living centers, participate in R.E.A.D. programs, present programs to teachers for children with special needs, or other visitation programs.
WAGS clinical therapy dogs also live with professionals working with clients who have physical, emotional or developmental disabilities. WAGS clinical therapy dogs reside in the home of the handler and do not have general public access.
See some photos of our clinical therapy dogs in action.