Canine Concern and Therapet

Delivered by Canine Concern Scotland Trust
  • Animal welfare

Canine Concern Scotland Trust was formed in 1988 to help dogs and their owners, and to improve their position in present-day society.

Therapets and their owners regularly visit hospitals, day centres and nursing homes, as well as special needs schools, where the pets provide a little four-legged therapy and companionship to animal lovers who aren’t able to care for a pet full-time.

If you are interested in finding out about arranging a visit to your school, youth/community group or local library from one of our volunteers and a visiting Therapet, contact us.

BECOMING A THERAPET VOLUNTEER

If you are interested in finding out more about the Therapet Service and to see if your pet could be registered with Canine Concern Scotland Trust as a Therapet contact us.

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