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Therapy Dogs

Providing Affection, Comfort, & Support

Therapy dogs offer many benefits to our students, encouraging cognitive, social, and communication skills.

Beaker

Beaker was born January 10, 2020. He loves treats and chasing off coyotes from campus. He especially loves all the love and affection he receives while at school.

Kiedis

Kiedis is the oldest dog at PVCS at 14 years old. He has been coming to Pacific View since 2015. He primarily works with the high school students but will make guest appearances for the middle schoolers. When Kiedis is not spending time with the students, he loves exploring the school, dog treats, and taking naps.

Kiedis is the oldest dog at PVCS at 14 years old. He has been coming to Pacific View since 2015. He primarily works with the high school students but will make guest appearances for the middle schoolers. When Kiedis is not spending time with the students, he loves exploring the school, dog treats, and taking naps.

Name

Daisy

Hello, I am Daisy. I am a black lab and am one and a half years old. I was returned by my first owners. However, I got lucky because now I get to come to school with Mr. Weeks and hang out with the high school and middle school kids. I love wandering around the classroom and having the 7th and 8th graders pet me. When I am at home I like to play with my best friend, Nolan, and go on walks. I am pretty calm for a puppy but every once in awhile I need to get some of that puppy energy out by sprinting around in circles. I am learning a lot as a therapy dog in training.

Evie

Hi everyone! My name is Evie. I am a two years old Cavalier. I was a very hyper little puppy, but I have mellowed out since then. My mom is Kasandra Smith. I really love going to school with mom to spend the day sleeping under her desk. I also love pets, so please feel free to pet me, but be prepared as I may give you some kisses (licks) back. I really like it when someone scratches my chin. I also love doing tricks, especially for treats. Ask mom about my new trick which is begging on two legs.

Shiner

Hi my name is Shiner. I am a very sweet Jack Russell who was returned by my first family for being too mellow. Luckily I was adopted by PVCS’ Director of Curriculum, Erin Gorence so that I can hang out with kids who can appreciate my easy going personality and all of my cool tricks. When I am not at school my favorite activities are running, swimming in the ocean, riding on my boat and generally being better behaved than my crazy brother Zeus! If you see me around campus, ask me to sing, it is my newest trick!
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