Therapy pets are in demand these days – and not just at Christmas. Staff may be in short supply but animals seem to be increasingly popping up in caring roles in hospitals and other settings.
Dogs are the most common therapy pet. Owners or handlers and their dogs are usually approved by a recognised organisation for so-called ‘animal assisted interventions’. Pets as Therapy and Therapet are two prominent visiting programmes in the UK.
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