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March 27, 2020

Therapet managed by Canine Concern Scotland Trust would invite you to share a picture of your

Therapet (no humans) on our Instagram page

https://www.instagram.com/therapetccst/

With the name of your Therapet and the area of Scotland you visit in. That is all.

This will sha...

March 15, 2020

I am sure there are many others, but these two lovely Siberian Husky’s; Loki and Nymeria donated for the first time at a local “pet blood bank” recently. This could have the potential of saving four other dogs lives with their donation.

In their Therapet role they visit...

March 13, 2020

”Due to the coronavirus outbreak it has been decided to suspend the Therapet Visiting Service until further notice.”

This also includes; Reading With Dogs, Educational School visits, Paws Against Stress events and Talks.

Assessment of potential Therapets has also been su...

March 5, 2020

For latest updates on visit protocols, Please check website. 

Ms. Mel Hughes.

CEO.

Canine Concern Scotland Trust

~ Latest update.

February 21, 2020

The wellbeing of dogs brought into schools is paramount, says Ciara Farrell of the Kennel Club

The introduction of dogs in schools has grown in both awareness and popularity over recent years, something that is perhaps unsurprising given the many benefits that dogs brin...

February 7, 2020

One of our Therapets who visits Gartnavel Royal Hospital is “Jet” and he helped spread the joy at Christmas. Therapet Jet and CCST volunteer Claire Cunningham visited 10 wards at the hospital to spread some cheer with a difference… With Jet in a specially altered sleig...

January 28, 2020

CCST Area Representative for Moray; Maureen Thomson was invited along to Diageo in Elgin as part of their “Well Being Week” to tell their workers all about the wonderful work our Therapet volunteers do in the local area and throughout Scotland. At the same time Maureen...

January 1, 2020

“A new decade and a new CEO!  At the Annual Awards Lunch Chairman Allan Sim announced that at the end of the year, as part of succession planning, Nick Henley Price would be relinquishing the Honorary CEO part of his role within the Trust and that Support and Developme...

December 21, 2019

Canine Concern Scotland Trust would like to thank all its Supporters, Volunteers and Therapet’s for their continued hard work during this last year and over the last 31 years.

We hope you all have a relaxing time over the holiday period.

Merry Christmas and lets look for...

December 13, 2019

Media release

Aberdeen International Airport passengers will be met by some paws-itive ambassadors ahead of a busy weekend with the Sports Personality of the Year Awards on Sunday. 

The award winning Therapets will be on hand to greet passengers and visitors between 1pm-...

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