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Taking Jack (our Irish Terrier) into the nursing home

on September 3, 2014

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I don’t know how this will work because Jack is just a tad unruly, so wish me luck for tomorrow!


19 responses to “Taking Jack (our Irish Terrier) into the nursing home

  1. Terry says:

    I wish you luck!!!! Let us know how it went

  2. Ho ho ho, that’s going to be fun! Think he’ll be a treat for all the residents.

  3. I think as long as he’s friendly ..and as long as he doesn’t jump on the residents when they’re standing… they will love him…. Diane

  4. susanpoozan says:

    Lots of luck, I look forward to hearing how it went.

  5. Judy says:

    Animals are often used as therapy in nursing homes. I think it’s a fabulous idea! You’re just brightening up everyone’s lives there.
    This is a “fur sure” win/win situation.

  6. I bet he laps up all the attention and causes many hearts to feel light and at ease! 🙂

  7. Good luck Julie – I bet Jack will be a breath of fresh, exciting air! 😀
    Diana xo

  8. janeslog says:

    I think everyone will love to see a wee dog in the nursing home.

  9. Good luck! He’s gorgeous 🙂

  10. LUCK LUCK AND MORE LUCK!!!!!! 🙂 I hope Anthony’s smile is well worth the effort!

  11. KDKH says:

    I’m surprise he isn’t required to be a certified therapy do in order to take him to the nursing home. I think it would be required here in the US.

  12. tootlepedal says:

    A disaster in the making in my view but as a cyclist, I regard all dogs as potential menaces. Good luck.

  13. Trisha says:

    Good luck! Jack is so cute. I’m sure people will enjoy seeing him even if he’s naughty. 🙂

  14. But everyone will love seeing him and he will bring much joy to the residents

  15. Good luck! I’m keeping my fingers crossed. 🙂

  16. Vicki says:

    Hope it went well, Julie.
    (I’ve been without the internet for the last week).

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