Friday, March 25, 2011

Open House!

Canine Assisted Therapy
Open House

Saturday, April 16th
2:00 to 5:00 p.m.

3554 NE 12th Avenue
Oakland Park, Florida 33334

Official opening and Ribbon Cutting by one of Downtown Oakland Park's Elected Officials

Fun and games for people and dogs with prizes!

Chinese Auction
Bake Sale

Complimentary refreshments will be served.

Delicious baked goods and dog items will be available for purchase.

Please come and support this fun filled event for our volunteers and guests.


Monies raised will assist Canine Assisted Therapy in providing
Animal Assisted Services throughout South Florida.

A special "Thank You" for helping to make our new home possible goes to:

Seitlin Insurance & Advisory Services
HW Automation
The Fritz Foundation
Chris Alcorn
Chris Schuster
Banks Safe & Lock Company

Professional Doggy Photo Shoot on April 2nd!

Come and have the personality of your Canine Assisted Therapy Dog captured to treasure forever by professional photographer Durga Garcia.

The photo shoot is free to C.A.T. Members, $10.00 to Non C.A.T. Members and is by appointment only. We will need your dogs up to date rabies and bordatella information prior to your dog entering the building. You can fax or email the vaccination information to us at 888 441-5614 or

Register now by calling our office at 954-990-5175 and we will confirm a time slot for you and your dog.

Feel free to stop by our offices and see the beautiful head shots of some of our Certified C.A.T. Dogs or visit the website below to see the amazing photos from our March 6th Photo Shoot.

Photos will be available for sale and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Canine Assisted Therapy.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Our C.A.T. Dogs Make a Difference at Ann Storck Center!

We mourn the loss of a wonderful C.A.T. Dog

It is with a heavy heart that I announce that Earl, Certified C.A.T. Dog, crossed over Rainbow Bridge. Earl was a wonderful and fun loving dog that brought a tremendous amount of joy to everyone that he met. Earl encouraged laughter and fun when he entered a room. His favorite thing to do was to sit on the sofa, legs crossed, and socialize with the residents of the facilities that he visited.

Earl will be sorely missed and our heart goes out to his owners Helene and Sharon.