Pumpkin bringing smiles to Kieran at St. Mary's Hospital for Children

Ken enjoying the book Kelly is reading to him at Mill Neck School for the Deaf

Ken making Jennifer smile at UCP

Ken giving comfort to Lily at St. Mary's Hospital for Children

Pumpkin doing some tricks for Peggy at Mill Pond Nursing Home

Dogs are Good Medicine!

We invite you to discover the benifits of dog therapy and witness the power of unconditional love.

We have seen non-reactive people react and interact with dogs, adult's and children's tears disappear when they touch a dog. You will be amazed at the joy petting dogs brings to people.


  • mental and physical health, especially cardiovascular health
  • pain management
  • social attention
  • behavior and interpersonal interaction
  • immune system functioning
  • learning and empathy


  • stress-related parameters, such as cortisol, heart rate, and blood pressure,¬†epinephrine and norepinephrine
  • fear and anxiety
  • aggression

+Read the full study

Call us if you or your facility need some "Good Medicine"