News & Events
New Kemptville Team Leader, Dawn Redmond was recently interviewed on bringing Therapeutic Paws of Canada to Kemptville. For the full story please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZjSfuBPYd4&t=213s
Congratulations to the Ajax/Pickering Team for consistently making their community aware of their good work. For the full story please go to the 7:38 mark of the video located at https://globalnews.ca/video/3944544/global-durham-92
See the recent interview on ATW Weekend Edition at http://www.ami.ca/category/health-and-lifestyle-segment-atw-weekend-edition/media/paws-to-read
See the full video at https://www.youtube.com/embed/KgaH0ytkETo
See the full story here (at the 28:32 mark) http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/Canada/Ottawa/ID/2669636189/
See the full story here: http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=432705
Charlottetown co-team leader Earla Mae Moore and Bucko had the pleasure of meeting the Duchess of Cornwall in PEI today (May 29, 2014). Photo Credit – Dave Stewart – The Guardian, Charlottetown
Audio recording of the interview available here
Nancy Trus, a member of the Ottawa team and her team mate the marvelous Merlin visit at Carleton.
Great video from St. Albert/North Edmonton
Rachel MacQueen, the Team Leader for St. Albert/Edmonton North and her dog Cruizer where highlighted recently on their local news
Members of the Barrie team were featured in the Barrie Examiner when they recently visited Georgian College.
Our therapy dogs visit in Simcoe county to help students during exams
Rhubarb (Rhu to his friends) is Therapeutic Paws of Canada’s first cat to participate in a children’s reading program. He was recently featured in this article by the CBC in PEI
Some of TPOCs Brampton team members made a visit to Microsoft
The following articles appeared in the Brampton Guardian on September 24, 2012 and January 13,2013
Radio Canada International interviewed Judy Sauvé about our programs
Dalhousie University hosts a Paws Room for its students and gets great coverage.
The Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin covers the work of TPOC volunteers
TPOC dogs featured in media coverage at the Montreal Dog Show
Here is an article featuring Kola at the Acton Library
Tundra attends the University of Ottawa President’s brunch and talks with the president Allan Rock.
On Aug. 30, 2012 Therapeutic Paws of Canada celebrated its 10th anniversary. To recognize this special occasion a 10th anniversary patch has been designed and will be available to all members. The patch is a donation from Therapeutic Paws of Canada’s founder Judy Sauve and her husband Mike. Therapeutic Paws of Canada began as a […]
This is a very flattering article published in the Bracebridge Examiner on June 6, 2012
Laila is an 8 1/2 year old Labradoodle owned by Debra Sigler, a retired counsellor at York University. Sigler and Laila visit at Zareinu Educational Centre and Bloorview Kids— Here is Laila’s feature in here in the article and to read the article from page 1 click here
Pets project article featuring TPOC and its work
A great article about the impact of our dogs and children in the READ program.
Mark Grant’s St. Bernard Roc Participates in the Paws to Read program in Halifax. This article from a local Halifax highlights the Paws to Read program and Mark and Rock’s work.
Tarkas and his owner Marcia, our Director of Evaluators, participate in the Paws to Read Program and visit in Grade 1.
The University of Ottawa Pilot Program with – Audrey and Tundra. With additional coverage on their visiting
The University of Ottawa Gazette – a visiting TPOC pet
The Barrie Examiner – Order of the Spirit Catcher Award
Vivien Lake and her dog, Zorro, volunteer with the HRM Library’s “Paws To Read Program,” which helps children improve their reading skills. Visit the presentation video here.
TPOC has been recognized by the American Kennel Club as one of their approved organizations in their Therapy Dog Title Program. For information on requirements for title and the process to complete the application please see the member section.