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"Dogs Helping Humans"

                   Therapeutic Dog Services Incorporated

Support 1 or more TDS Inc Owned and Trained AAI / Disability Working Dogs

Helps us protect the health and well being of TDS Inc Dogs on there visitations, this keeps the dog team keep fit and healthy protecting them from every day normal transferable illness and diseases that are transferred from dog to dog, or human to dog.

Keeping our dogs in good health helps protect clients and patients from any transferable dog related infections or diseases and helps to prevent our dogs contracting sickness and illness transferable from human to dog.

You will receive

1: Your name will be displayed on our dogs tags, situated on our supporters wall.

2: A free membership to the Animal Assisted Interventions, social network website.  www.aai-communitynetwork.com

3: A regular newsletter keeping you up to date with Therapeutic Dog Services news and update on how our AAI dogs are working their magic, making a difference.

Your Choice of Support

Pick a specific bone display to support, 

a message area is available for you to indicate which specific dog you would like to contribute to

Or simply donate your desired amount.

Donate by clicking on the below donate button.

Dog Food, Registration, Vaccinations, Worming, Flea Treatment, Heart worm, Vet Consultations and Training.

$15.00 

1 worm treatment for 3 months

$20.00 

1 year with registration 

$35.00 

Food for 1 week

$85.00 

1 flea treatment for 3 months 

$100.00 

for 1 worm treatment and

1 flea treatment for 3 months 

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Australian Registered Charity: 

Donations $2 and over are tax deductible in Australia

 A.B.N 90 024 628 522



$166.90 
1 yearly vaccination coverage

Unexpected Veterinary Care Fees

Unexpected veterinary care visits are required during the dog’s life. 

To keep them in tip top condition.

Can you help us with maintaining their health and wellbeing?

Select the amount you would like to contribute

Grooming: 

Clipping & Washing

The poodle requires washing and clipping every 6 weeks. 

Cost to us is $120.00 per dog, every 6 weeks.

Can You help?

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Training:
Professional Development

All dogs complete an intensive training regime over a two year period, that includes learning all the skills and tasks that might be called on for their work within various Animal Assisted Intervention Programs.

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Therapeutic Dog Services Owned and Trained AAI Dog Teams

Clyde
(Born 2010)

  • Clyde is a Male, Chocolate, Standard Poodle.
  • Clyde is Sebastian (black standard poodle) Brother from the same litter. (Born 2010)
  • 2011 We received a phone call from Clyde and Sebastian's Breeder, asking if we had room for another dog, as the owner of Clyde (and sister Bonnie) was going to have to be re homed due to a council issue. We went and met Clyde, and fell in love with him at first sight, fantastic temperament, he was lovable, cuddly and up close and personable. 
  • When we first met Clyde he was the proud father of a beautiful litter of 10 standard poodles, and what a gentle father he was.

Clyde came to us at Therapeutic Dog Services in 2011 and was accepted immediately into the TDS Inc Pack.

Sebastian
(Born 2010)

  • Male, Black, Standard Poodle
  • Sebastian is a Black, Standard Poodle. Sebastian is Clyde's (chocolate standard poodle) Brother from the same litter.
  • Therapeutic Dog Services purchased Sebastian as a puppy from reputable breeder. Originally as a dog to train to therapy dog standard to work along side Cody (our original white standard poodle). 
  • Sebastian was purchased in 2011 was accepted immediately by Cody,  Sebastian followed all Cody's moves for many years in learning the role and process of becoming a therapy dog.

Prince (Born 2011/2012)

  • Male, Cream, Toy Poodle.  (2015 between 4 and 5 years of age)
  • 2015 Prince was re homed with TDS Inc on 27th August 2015.
  • He is the proud father of 4-5 litters.
  • He was rehomed to us due to parents having too many dogs and human mother is having her 3rd child.
  • Prince has a beautiful temperament and is a real love muffin, loves people, including other dogs.
  • Prince has basic obedience training, has bonded well with TDS Inc staff. completed temperament evaluation, passed the formal training required he has had an exciting journey and thoroughly enjoys working as part of the pack in the Animal Assisted Interventions Programs as his new role. 

Chi Chi (Born 2011)

  • 2011: Chi Chi was found by a truck driver in his travels through Perth, Western Australia. Half and hour out of a small town named Sandstone (middle of the australian outback) the truck driver pulled over for a toilet break, on his break he put some rubbish into a bin, to notice something lying on its side under the bin, he got a stick and poked at it, first thinking it was a joey, he soon realised it was a little dog. Due to thinking he could not leave him, he packed him up in his truck and they continued driving to the destination of Adelaide. The truck driver showed up at our door, asking if we could help with his find. 
  • We originally took on little Chi Chi to re home, however after taking for veterinarian care, and seeing to his daily care, we very quickly fell in love with little Chi Chi. Around  5 weeks old we had to take him in with us to a Hospital visit, since then in Dec 2011 we have not looked back. Since 2011, Chi Chi's has become a natural to his work as a therapy dog  spreading his love, and touching people in many ways in their time of need.
  • Chi Chi loves his role so much that he has  worked his way through the extensive training, and is proudly part of the Animal Assisted Interventions Health Care Team.

Cadbury (Born 2015)

  • Male, Chocolate, Standard Poodle

April 2015 we took on 2 new standard poodle puppies, Cadbury and River, an exciting journey has begun in training to become Therapy Dogs or join the pack in the Animal Assisted Interventions programs.

  • As Pups they were placed with our puppy socialisers on the 28th March, 2015 at the age of 11 weeks, giving them experiences they need to become confident dogs.
    • These puppies started their basic training from day one on arrival, bonding and basic obedience. From 6 months of age their formal training  began.
    • Cadbury loves his role so much quickly moving through his extensive training, and is proudly part of the Animal Assisted Interventions Health Care Team.
    • Cadbury also has a love for obedience and agility, and is winning ribbons and titles in his down time. 

    River Majestic (Born 2015)

    • Male, White, Standard Poodle

    April 2015 we took on 2 new standard poodle puppies, Cadbury and River, an exciting journey begun in training to become Therapy Dogs or join the pack in the Animal Assisted Interventions programs.

  • As Pups they were placed with our puppy socialisers on the 28th March, 2015 at the age of 11 weeks, giving them experiences they need to become confident dogs.
    • These puppies started their basic training from day one on arrival, bonding and basic obedience. From 6 months of age their formal training  began.
    • River loves people so much, however found his extensive training a little overwhelming, we found out throughout this process that he suffers from early Progressive Retinal Degeneration, he loves his role so much that he continues working his way through the extensive training, and is proudly part of the Animal Assisted Interventions Health Care Team, working within the disability field. 

    Retired Dogs:

    Cozie (Born 2002)

  • Male, Fawn, Italian Greyhound
  • Cozie has been with us since he was a 6 week old pup.
  • has a gentle temperament, and enjoys the company of people and loves nothing better than sitting or sharing his time on someones lap.
  • Enjoys a retired life these days, due to his age. Caravaning around australia with his owners.
  • He still works occassionally and regularly spends a social day with his pack buddies.
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    Pay Pal

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    Head Office

    Therapeutic Dog Services Inc.

    Villa Saint Hilarion,

    21 Farncomb Rd,

    FULHAM S.A. 5024

    PHONE: (08) 7200 4066

    MOBILE: 0481 293 370

    Direct Deposit

    Therapeutic Dog Services

    Incorporated

    BANK: WESTPAC

    ACCOUNT NO: 298 510

    BSB NO: 035 055

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    Therapeutic Dog Services Inc.

    Villa Saint Hilarion,

    21 Farncomb Rd, FULHAM S.A. 5024

    PHONE: (08) 7200 4066

    MOBILE: 0481 293 370

    For further information please send us an email to [email protected]
    Thank you for your interest in supporting our AAI Dog Teams