Introducing Our Newest Team Member-Tito!

Our Rights of Passage (ROP) Manager had exciting news to tell the staff this week and I wanted to share it with all of you:

“Hi All,

Many of you will know that we have been planning for some time to have a therapy dog in ROP. I approached John last fall about the possibility of my getting a dog who would accompany me to work and be available to ROP youth for companionship, walking, and be a calm and comforting presence in meetings, and just generally being everybody’s best friend. When you’re feeling alone or unsure, someone to wag their tail and lick your face can only be a good thing, right?

I picked up Tito Friday afternoon. He’s a 10 week old mutt of unknown origin (of course, we had to get a homeless dog!), but I like what he’s showing me so far. He’s pretty calm for a puppy, and he’s definitely a cuddler! No doubt you’ll see Tito walking around with me and with the youth. Obviously, he doesn’t have therapy dog status yet, but he’s beginning his education by getting really used to lots of people and then he’ll go off to real school right away. A picture is attached so you’ll know which one he is. ;-)”

Karen


Welcome Tito!

Our Rights of Passage (ROP) Manager had exciting news to tell the staff this week and I wanted to share it with all of you:

“Hi All,

Many of you will know that we have been planning for some time to have a therapy dog in ROP. I approached John last fall about the possibility of my getting a dog who would accompany me to work and be available to ROP youth for companionship, walking, and be a calm and comforting presence in meetings, and just generally being everybody’s best friend. When you’re feeling alone or unsure, someone to wag their tail and lick your face can only be a good thing, right?

I picked up Tito Friday afternoon. He’s a 10 week old mutt of unknown origin (of course, we had to get a homeless dog!), but I like what he’s showing me so far. He’s pretty calm for a puppy, and he’s definitely a cuddler! No doubt you’ll see Tito walking around with me and with the youth. Obviously, he doesn’t have therapy dog status yet, but he’s beginning his education by getting really used to lots of people and then he’ll go off to real school right away. A picture is attached so you’ll know which one he is. ;-)”

Karen


Welcome Tito!