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Almond is a Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso mix and has been loving her therapy dog work since 2017.
Anna-Belle is a Bulldog and one of the first therapy dogs to visit the University of Saskatchewan campus.
Chevy is a mini-Labradoodle. He loves volunteering as a therapy dog and playing fetch and napping in between activities.
Dibs is a Spaniel mix who loves to “smile” at people he visits in his community.
Ernie does a great job offering comfort and support to the patients (and staff!) he visits in the Emergency Room at the Royal University Hospital and student son campus too!
The SPCA said Laddie might be a Miniature Schnauzer Cross but he could be a Dandie Dinmont – either way, he loves to play chase with other dogs at the park, and sleep on the couch with all of his paws up in the air!
Mia is a Great Pyrenees and the slowest polar bear to pass the therapy dog test. Mia LOVES people!
Murphy is a English Springer Spaniel and the first therapy dog to ever visit in a hospital emergency department in Canada.
Ralf is a Giant Alaskan Malamute, weighing in at 160 pounds or 11 ½ stones or 72 ½ kilograms. Yup, he’s a lot of dog to love!
Ruby, a Labrador Retriever, is both a therapy dog and a service dog, assisting veterans with post traumatic stress disorder in her work.
Shep is 6 year old Shepherd with Corgi genes and one of his favorite things to do of all time is visit the university campus.
S'more is a 2.5 year old Great Pyrenees who loves to eat practically everything!
Milo is a 7 year old black and tan coonhound. He is a goofy boy that loves love! When he isn’t out on an adventure, this big dog will definitely be napping.
Winston is a Portuguese Water Dog who - besides getting groomed weekly so he can model in grooming competitions across Canada and the USA - produces many laughs from spectators at obedience trials where he is known to follow his own agenda.
Womble is a Standard Poodle and star of the University of Saskatchewan therapy dog video!
Zaphod is a Great Pyrenees mix and he loves to be outdoors, listening to the comings and goings of the world.
Minky became a Therapy dog right at the start of 2020! Minky was an amazing support to those at the vaccination clinics these past two years.
Jager is retired now, but he was an amazing addition to our online programs in the last two years. So much that he earned the nickname Super Jager!!