Wait, Ask, Greet Safely

Designed as a complementary service program to PAL and PIC, Therapy Partners created WAGS, Wait Ask Greet Safely in 2009. This program provides comprehensive instruction to elementary age children. Therapy Teams instruct children how to approach an…  Read more » unfamiliar dog, recognize the warning signs of an unfriendly dog and learn how animals are... Read more »


Rapid Response Teams

RRT are Therapy Partner Teams who are used to provide comfort, emotional support and hope to victims of disaster, whether natural or man-made. Our teams work in conjunction with victims to help them ease into difficult conversations. These interactions may be one on one…  Read more » or in a group setting. Rapid Response Teams... Read more »


Partners in the Community

Partners in the Community introduces Therapy Partners through speaking engagements, and appearances before civic organizations, employee groups, churches and schools. We tailor our presentations to the needs of the group with are speaking with. We have …  Read more » specialty programs for children on taking care of dogs and cats, on how to greet dogs... Read more »


Partners Achieving Wellness

Since 1994, PAW therapy teams have visited patients in local hospitals, rehabilitation centers, long term and other patient care facilities. Handlers and their therapy partners are part of the treatment team whose goal is to work with patients to achieve optimum…  Read more » health – emotional, social, physical or cognitive. Currently, our therapy teams... Read more »


Partners Achieving Literacy

Our Partners Achieving Literacy (PAL), program began in 2000 as a collaboration with HEALS, Inc. (Health Establishments at Local Schools) and Camp Success at Title I schools.  PAL therapy teams work with second grade students who are experiencing academic failure due to poor reading skills. Handlers are trained specifically to work with these at-risk students.... Read more »