May 12, 2021

Tiger the Therapy Dog at Washington Center Gets His Fame

Born into the best job in the world, “Tiger” the beautiful loving Shih Tzu, has been at Washington Center on State Route 40 in Argyle for nearly the past three years. In fact, Tiger will be turning three on June 2nd. Just when COVID made its presence, he became a registered therapy dog and Tiger does his part to make everyone feel good. When there were COVID outbreaks, Tiger quarantined at home and each time he returned to the facility, there is a huge welcome from the staff and residents! As the adopted mascot of Washington Center, Tiger, a Gemini, has great hobbies including chasing tennis balls down the hallways, getting scratches behind the ear, chasing squirrels and of course, taking afternoon naps in the lobby.

 

As seen on WRGB-TV.

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