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  • Give the gift of a Therapy Dog visit by donating to our Christmas Appeal.

    Give the gift of a Therapy Dog visit by donating to our Christmas Appeal.

  • Because the human animal bond remarkably improves our quality of life and leaves a lasting paw print on our hearts.

    Because the human animal bond remarkably improves our quality of life and leaves a lasting paw print on our hearts.

  • Donate today and you can help Delta's Therapy Dogs bring joy to the lives of those who need it most.

    Donate today and you can help Delta's Therapy Dogs bring joy to the lives of those who need it most.

  • On Sale now: Inspiring stories of dogs that bring hope, help and healing to people's lives.

    On Sale now: Inspiring stories of dogs that bring hope, help and healing to people's lives.

  • Donate this Christmas and give the gift of a smile and a waggly tail.

    Donate this Christmas and give the gift of a smile and a waggly tail.

  • Introducing Delta's sponsorship program - the Red Bandanna Club! Help ensure our Therapy Dogs can continue to make a difference.

    Introducing Delta's sponsorship program - the Red Bandanna Club! Help ensure our Therapy Dogs can continue to make a difference.

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Delta launches Christmas Appeal

Delta launches Christmas Appeal

Our goal is to raise $100,000 to recruit, train, support and place 100 new Delta Therapy Dog teams. It’s a huge challenge, but with your support I believe we can achieve it.

Right now, our generous volunteers and their wonderful dogs visit thousands of children and adults in over 600 hospitals and aged care facilities around the nation. But there are literally hundreds of facilities on our waiting list for a therapy dog to visit and bring their special love and joy to their patients and residents.

Volunteers in Devonport celebrating Christmas

15.12.2014 - Volunteers in Devonport celebrating Christmas

THIS Christmas think of the dogs making a difference.

Delta Therapy dogs program North-West co-ordinator Claire Curtis said the group will be working to raise its profile over the next couple of weeks.

"We have specially printed Christmas cards to give to the places we visit to raise more awareness about what we do," Mrs Curtis said.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE!: Classroom Canine teams at work in Hobart

04.11.2014 - WATCH THE VIDEO HERE!: Classroom Canine teams at work in Hobart

Recently were featured on the ABC in Hobart with our first teams visiting as part of the Classroom Canines program in Hobart. Check out what the kids have to say about having a dog in the classroom.

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