Second Tub celebrates one year with the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs
On Sunday June 3, 2007, Second Tub hosted its first customer appreciation day to celebrate its one year anniversary. The St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs and their volunteers were there to help us celebrate and spread the word about their volunteer service in the community. This volunteer service provides companionship of a dog of patrons of senior homes, hospitals and educational institutions.
All volunteers of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog program in Mississauga whose dog is a certified therapy dog, may have free access to the use of our self-serve facility.
Contact Stefanie Voss for more information on how to become a St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog volunteer.
Peel Regional Police Canine Unit
The Canine Unit provides support to the Peel Regional Police to assist in locating lost, missing or wanted persons and the locating of evidence and narcotics. Over its years, the unit has been responsible for locating hundreds of wanted and missing persons, locating thousands of pieces of critical evidence including firearms. The Peel Regional police Canine Unit is known throughout the province for its high standard of quality teams.
All Peel Regional Police canines and their handlers have free access of the use of our self-serve facility.