Upcoming Events

Tentative date- 9-28
Foster Parent Meeting 7:00-8:00pm  270 Northland Blvd  Foster Kids and adults enjoying the dogs. Please let me know if you can come  
Contact: Glenna


Sept 24th
Pet Partners Testing by appointment  Bethesda North Hospital  Must have done the work shop or the on line course to be tested for Therapy Work  
Contact: Glenna Mockbee


Sept 16th
PP Work Shop 9:30-4  St Elizabeth Hospital- 4900 Houston Road  Must have done the work shop or the on line course to be tested for Therapy Work  
Contact: Glenna Mockbee


oct 1st, 2017
Pet Partners Testing by appointment  St Elizabeth Hospital- 4900 Houston Road  Most haave completed a work shop or on line test  
Contact: Glenna


August 20th
Pet Partners Testing by appointment  Bethesda North Hospital  Must have done the work shop or the on line course to be tested for Therapy Work  
Contact: Glenna Mockbee




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Testing

You and your pet must successfully complete the Therapy Animal team Evaluation.

The Team Evaluation process is conducted by a licensed Team Evaluator and is intended to evaluate the animal/handler team, how well the handler interprets and manages the animal's behavior, and how well the animal responds to the handler. You will learn about the evaluation process in great detail at our workshops.

Unlike obedience competitions, you and your animal do not have to perform the exercises with precision to pass the evaluation. You are also encouraged to talk to your animal during the entire evaluation. The main emphasis is that the animal is under control.

One of the goals of the Therapy Animal teams program is to ensure that we can all be proud of the visiting teams because they are safe and reliable. The evaluation process gives a complete picture of each handler/animal team. This process is the safest way to identify acceptable visiting teams.

At no time will your animal be put in a situation that is dangerous to the animal's welfare. The licensed Team Evaluators are trained and know that the well-being of animals comes first, no matter what. At no point during the evaluation will animals be hurt or intentionally frightened. The test is designed to resemble situations that might occur when the animal goes on a visit. If you are uncomfortable with or unsure of what is going on during the evaluation, please let the evaluator know. You are encouraged to be your animal's advocate.





The complete list of requirements for handlers, pets, equipment, etc.
will be reviewed in detail during your workshop or class.