The Therapy Animals
Meet our awesome animals
Without the animals, Therapeutic Dog Services would not be the place it is today.
They are the building blocks for all the amazing work that happens.
We are committed to the care and welfare of animals, human inclusion, and respect the rights of all animals and people, in all their diversity, to live with dignity and safety and to enjoy healthy relationships.
Every team is credentialed
passing through standardised assessment,
veterinarian health screened,
temperament and skills tested,
Every certified team
has a police clearance
covered by our $20 million insurance coverage policy.
Don't tick all the boxes to meet criteria for an assistance, companion or service animal?
Looking for an animal for permanent residence at your facility?
We may be able to guide or help you attain a therapy companion.
Please contact us directly. At email:
No, we are not breeders of different species of animals, we leave that to the professionals.
We specialise with working with potential species of animals, to train them for safe handling and placement with individuals, facility and special need individual homes.
We partner with a voluntary alliance of animal breeders, professions, veterinarians and other animal charities that aims to promote the freedom, independence and rights of people to own therapy pets across Australia. Looking to own a companion pet for therapy >
AAI Therapy Animals
We assess, train and house AAI working animals in a free range habitat.
Our therapy animals are lovingly housed in a rural facility surrounded in a picturesque and tranquil bush setting. The 10 Acre property allows many of our animal family to enjoy free-range natural habitats outside of their training and working roles.
Assistance Intervention Dogs
We provide advanced trained Assistance Intervention Dogs, to assist in goal-orientated programs to many people in the community.
Providing service delivery of dog assisted activities, education, literacy, and therapy to over 10.000 people a year.
Assistance Intervention Dogs assist individuals and groups of people within goal-orientated programs. Qualified professionals work alongside specifically trained dogs for the level of professional work in healthcare and social service settings.
Pet Therapy Dog Teams
Community Work (Volunteering)
We provide trained Pet Therapy Teams, humans and their well-mannered dogs, to provide emotional and physical benefits to many people in the community.
Providing service delivery of dog assisted activities, to over 25,000 people a year.
"Animals in the rehabilitation and social care of people"