Dogs are wonderful listeners! Kids ages 5-11 are invited to bring their favorite book or choose one from our library, then build reading skills and confidence by reading aloud to one of our therapy dogs. We encourage parents, grandparents and … Continue reading
Olympic Mountain Pet Pals will be represented at the Jefferson County Connectivity Fair, Sunday, April 16th from 1:00 – 5:00. We hope to meet old and new friends at this event. As we emerge from the isolation of these past … Continue reading
Georgia Towle, our next leader for the Pets to People program, has a vision for revitalizing the program of therapy dog visits to assisted living centers. Every week will be a dog party! Several dog teams at a time will … Continue reading
Donna Geer, a Port Ludlow resident and READ to ROVER volunteer with her dog Cooper, contributed an article on READ to ROVER in the January 2023 Port Ludlow Voice magazine. The article features several READ to ROVER volunteers who live … Continue reading
Melody Sky Weaver, Library Director, invites kids, ages 5-11, to come read with our wonderful READ to ROVER dogs at the Port Townsend Library after school on Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in the Children’s room. Dogs are wonderful … Continue reading
We are thrilled to be welcomed back into local assisted living homes with our therapy dogs! If you and your dog would like to make visits to seniors as a therapy dog team, please contact Georgia Towle, 360-752-0908, firstname.lastname@example.org. Many … Continue reading
Melody Sky Weaver, Library Director, and her OMPP certified therapy dog, Gryfin, invite kids, ages 5-11, to come read with Gryfin or one of our other wonderful READ to ROVER dogs at the Port Townsend Library on Tuesdays from 2:00 … Continue reading
This past winter, Pet Pals supporters, Don and Sylvia White, offered a generous donation to fund a new project. After several discussions about our current needs, they were intrigued by the idea of creating a professional quality, promotional video to … Continue reading
You can find the complete report by clicking on Annual Report 2021.
You can find the Spring 2022 newsletter here.