A resource for therapy dog owners to become registered and join the many opportunities to share their bond in their communities.
Offers access to programs enhancing people and horses contact, and educates communities and horse owners on equine-assisted therapies.
Spring Brook Farm fulfills their mission of enriching the lives of children with disabilities through animal-assisted activities.
Provides therapy dogs interactions at 300 facilities and now people within the healthcare system, social services, community organizations, and educational facilities.
The program brings animals to offer comfort at hospitals, shelters, psychiatric units, nursing facilities.
Horses Healing Humans exist to help heal people with physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy.
This organization is wholly dedicated to funding and sharing research to demonstrate the positive health effects of pet companionship.
Supports people from all walks of life through hospitals, nursing homes, and school visitation.
This group of dedicated volunteers and staff work to expand the reach of horsemanship and riding benefits to people who may not otherwise have an opportunity to interact with horses.
The “PAWS” stands for “pet-assisted visitation volunteer services.” The organization helps train and vet these teams to ensure they’re providing patients and clients with the best possible care.
Pets for Vets is dedicated to providing a second chance to shelter dogs by rescuing, training, and matching them with American veterans who need a companion pet.
Since its founding, they’ve been working to bring the healing power of animals to people across the United States.
This organization provides training and registration of therapy dogs and their handlers.