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Pet Therapy Dogs in Action at Morpheus

Our sweet secret at Morpheus is that dog lovers are particularly well -cared for when they get treated here! Although she may sometimes bark her greeting in her “not-so appropriate for inside voice”, Rosie the Dog also adds a wag and if someone is nervous she will cuddle while they get treated.

Rosie has a very expressive face; so much so, that sometimes I tease her that she needs a little Botox to stop the worried look!  My boyfriend, Jeff, threatens me that if I ever try to Botox Rosie or him (in his sleep because he needs it SOOOOO badly) that he will systematically put Latisse on my upper lip while I am asleep!  I guess that Rosie will be continuing to furrow her brow…

What I love too, is that our clients will occasionally bring in their own cuddly puppies to provide pet therapy during treatments.  The little fluffy guy between my client’s shoes is Harley…  A total sweetheart who has learned to sit and stay even though he is only 12 weeks old!

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