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Therapy Dogs of Vermont

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Therapy Dogs of Vermont (TDV) is a non-profit organization of highly-trained dogs and their volunteer handlers. Our handler/canine teams work on the emotional health of hospital patients, students in educational settings, residents of nursing/retirement homes, and correctional facilities. Our handler/canine teams bring joy and comfort to people in a host of Vermont hospitals and other health-related venues, nursing and retirement homes, child and adult day care centers, and correctional facilities. They also travel to area schools and universities, giving presentations in the community to bring young people in touch with really great dogs and show them what can be accomplished with love, training, and a desire to help others.


Angel Tobey

Purdue University

Location Williston, VT
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  1. Animal-assisted therapies
  2. Animal visitation programs
  3. Awareness
  4. Correctional Institutions
  5. Day Care
  6. Dogs
  7. Emotional support
  8. Hospitalized patients
  9. Human-animal relationships
  10. Libraries
  11. Nursing homes
  12. retirement homes
  13. Schools
  14. students
  15. therapy animals
  16. Universities and Colleges
  17. Vermont