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What ifs and other situations for discussion

• Someone wants to visit but can’t reach down to pet your dog • Someone grabs the leash or the animal • Someone who has had a visit already keeps calling the animal back or follows you • Animal urinates • Clients have no clothes on • Staff or visitors want to visit • What…

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Protect against infection

As we have the potential of visiting those that may be susceptible to illness we need to ensure that we practice infection control. Some of the things that you can do are: • practice good hygiene • wash your hands. Use sanitizers • do not visit if you or your animal are not well •…

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Caring for your Visiting Pet

Dogs are very social animals. It is natural for them to want to sniff out their surroundings, other dogs and people. Not everyone understands or appreciates this so we ask that dogs, when working in teams, meet outside the facility and have some time to get to know one another. You know your dog best…

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Incident Reporting

Should you ever encounter a situation where a patient is injured or makes an accusation or if you or your pet are injured, you must report it immediately to facility staff. Make the decision quickly to terminate the visit if necessary. If something unusual has occurred during your visit let the PAWS Executive Director or…

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