Therapy Dogs

Therapy Dogs

People tend to experience unfortunate events like horrific shootings, war, crime, traumatic accidents, natural disaster, calamities, etc. Also, there are people who never wished to have serious mental and health problems. Whenever a person is grappling with life, mental and emotional problems can occur, especially in young children. Experiencing a great deal of pain for a long period of time can slow the progress these individuals make in recovery.
 
To be able to move forward, some people undergo therapies to help improve their lives. At Hub City Service Dogs, we believe that the healing power of dogs could be an effective therapy that brings joy and comfort to many people. We focus and train specialized therapy dogs to be well tempered, patient, friendly and cheerful. These qualities help people brighten their day, lift spirits, and help motivate them to improve their lives, to continue and finish their therapy or treatments. They could bring back the smile of people after a traumatic event by offering affection, attention, and unconditional love. Therapy dogs can also help gain motion and fine motor control of a rehabilitated person and can also help keep patients with mental illness.
Call us at 601-596-4495
to learn more.
Our current service area is within a 100 mile radius of our location in Hattiesburg, Miss.

Therapy Dogs

Hershey - Service dog

Hershey

Meet Hershey! Hershey works with a remarkable lady named Debbie. Debbie and Hershey work together to provide therapy to some very special residents at local nursing homes. Hershey provides comfort and companionship to the elderly. She is such a unique dog and does an amazing job helping others.
Bella and Bonnie - Service dog

Bella and Bonnie

Meet Bella and Bonnie! Bella and Bonnie work with an awesome gentleman named Jeff. They are both trained to be therapy dogs. Jeff had a baby girl named Dixie who was trained to go into stressful situations and help calm and provide therapy especially for children in those situations. Bella and Bonnie are following in Dixie's footsteps and making great strides in their training.
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