What an honor to march with veterans in the NYC Veterans Day Parade! Thousands attended to honor all who served our wonderful country. Thank you to all our veterans for your service!
Once again, we were invited back to Indeed offices located in Stamford, CT. It is always fun to surprise the employees for some stress relief with our dogs! And we appreciate their generous donations! Thank you Indeed!
HVPAWS was invited to attend the first Veterans Retreat in Otisville, NY! So many vendors, lots of wonderful food and very special veterans attended this event. Zoe, Hunter, Douglas, and Lulu were welcomed with open arms!
HV Paws dogs help to DeStress the soldiers in Orangeburg, NY! After lots of hugs, laughs and snacks everyone was happy and relaxed!”
UCONN is not only known for being the champions of Girls Basketball but today the Paws Therapy dogs were the champions of the day! Our girls, Rosa, Molly and Lulu were the top scorers!
The Annual Pet Therapy Award from the Red Cross goes to Bud Schuck and his dog, Jake. They are an unstoppable team who bring joy and smiles wherever they go. Bud is actively creating excitement in Orange County by training and adding teams to Paws! He has also taken on the responsibility of the Red […]
Bark in the Park is an annual Stamford event that brings animal lovers from the community together. We were there offering Free Pet Evaluations. Lots of people were lining up asking questions and anxious to get their dogs evaluated! Some of our Therapy Dogs also had fun at the agility course.
We were so honored to support a BIANYS Fundraiser (Brain Injury Association of New York State) at a statewide 5k run and Family Fun Walk. The Poughkeepsie event kicked off at the beautiful Walkway Over the Hudson. It was so heartwarming to hear the stories of success from people who have suffered brain injuries. With wagging […]
Hudson Valley Paws for a Cause does a lot of work with veterans, active soldiers, West Point cadets and military families. Check out the article that was recently written about how HV Paws engages with the military through the Red Cross and the Military Academy at West Point. https://www.petmd.com/dog/therapy-dogs-hudson-valley-paws-cause-offer-stress-relief-military-and-their-families
What a night! We were honored to be included at the Hudson Valley Renegades Baseball Game at Wappinger’s Falls, NY. The Renegades honored veterans and their families. Truly a memorable evening! Lots of fans, families and furry friends! George, Jake, Ivy Grace, Monty, Rosie, Gracie and Lulu offered wagging tails and sloppy kisses!
National Night Out is the nation’s largest, annual crime prevention/safety event in the country. We attended the event at West Point! It was a hot, humid, steamy, fun night! Hundreds of people attended and as always, our dogs were the center of attention! It was also the debut of the American Red Cross Animal Rescue Trailer! Thanks […]
Our first corporate stress reliever/fundraiser was a huge success, INDEED! Indeed is the #1 job site worldwide with corporate headquarters in Stamford, CT. Indeed employees were given a BIG surprise today when they received an email that said, “HV Paws Therapy dogs are making a special appearance in their office NOW”! Hundreds of employees met our […]
R.E.A.D. Reading Education Assistance Dogs build reading skills and confidence without judgement. Our main focus is respect, responsibility and safety for all. These dogs are welcome in many schools and libraries to be the catalysts for social interaction between teachers and students of all ages.
Zoe, Jake, Daisy and Lulu joined in the fun at the Cadet BBQ at USMA West Point! Our dogs are always a welcome reprieve from the hard work that is done every day. Thanks to our teams for helping make this another fab event!
Paws of War hosted the 9th annual fundraiser by Flannery Animal Hospital in New Windsor, NY. We were honored to participate in raising funds to train rescued dogs for emotional support and service dogs for those who served in the military. Guests were also made aware of the Pet Disaster Relief Van.