H.A.L.O. Foundation follows guidelines for volunteer visits to our partner institutions with all Covid precautions in place. -Terri Smith, CEO
Abby and her Handler, Grant, are thankful to have the opportunity to act as
wellness ambassadors as they enter the UCO campus for "Stress Paws!"
2019 "Hero Dog" nominee, Mona, with Handler Suzi, are
always a delight wherever they visit. Whether it be the airport, Mercy Hospital, or a program center for those with Autism, Mona has that Basset and Labrador nose that knows where she's needed!
Qualified Duchess in her engineered environment equals joy and respite for all.
We are honored to welcome Handler Kim Clements and Bobby, just recently certiified. Kim makes the decision where, how often, and in what ways Bobby can contribute to our community as a viable therapeutic resource. Suggestions and recommenations for placemment are based on need and the Therapy Dog's temperament. Quality visits work to diffuse the most stressful of situations. Bobby seems to know just how to make each day a little less stressful with his perfect form of care and compassion.
Dr. Susan Barnes takes Waddy through his first evaluation with the best well wishes from our friends at Lowe's.
Buddy and Handler, Alan Hulva, have made their workplace at the Oklahoma City Veteran's Hospital. This Cavalier King Charles Spaniel can open doors toward health like no other, and his visits are awaited with great joy.
Bev Reed and Piper
Mercy Hospital, Edmond Library
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Dixie, with Handlers Keith and Sarah Montgomery at her side,
demonstrates all requirements qualifying her for animal assisted therapy. H.A.L.O. dogs must demonstrate excellence in temperament, disposition, and obedience not only in a chosen workplace, but at community events as well.
"Human Animal Link of Oklahoma speaks to the fact that animals and humans do form relationships of great worth and benefit to both. A non-judgmental force, our pets, can best calm most emotional and physical challenges we might experience. They are quiet in voice, but speak with strength and comfort by presence alone. They are incapable of making false promises as to our welfare. They are forever listening even though we may not make much sense. They offer moments of simple joy and peace, reaching into minds and hearts to communicate with people who just may have shut out the human factor. How quickly they forget our shortcomings and focus on
our greatest strengths." -Terri Smith
Human Animal Link of Oklahoma Foundation
Animal Assisted Therapy & Activities