Canine Concern Scotland Trust (Campbeltown)

Charity registered in Scotland SC014924

To manage the therapet service under which volunteers are willing to spend an hour or two, on a regular basis, visiting with their own dogs, care homes, nursing homes, residential homes, hospitals and hospices.


Current opportunities

Registered Therapets and their volunteer owners visit hospices, hospitals, residential and nursing homes throughout Scotland. Visiting on a regular basis the Therapet Service provides contact wiht pets for many people who would therefore be deprived of the companionship of a pet.

Do YOU own a friendly, outgoing, though not too boisterous dog who loves to have a fuss made of him? Then perhaps you might like to think about registering him in our THERAPET visiting service. You haven't heard of it? Let me tell you about it... For some years now it has been recognised, more and more, that pets are good for us! Indeed, it has been scientifically proven that the mere action of stroking a dog, or cat, slows down the heartbeat, reduces blood pressure, and makes someone who has already suffered a heart attack much less likely to have another THERAPETS come in all breeds, cross-breeds, or 57-variety mongrels! They can be small, medium or large! The only real vital statistic is a steady and happy temperament. The dogs are approved for temperament and general suitability before being accepted and are not considered until at least one year old. We also have some lovely feline visitors!