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Pet Village is a social cooperative that strives for the design and implementation of Assisted Programs with the Animals - PET THERAPY - in the field of education , therapy and rehabilitation . The Pet Therapy is the set of educational and rehabilitative interventions carried out with the aid of the animals turned to subjects in condition of mental and physical disabilities or social and emotional disadvantage .
Since 2003 we deal with human-animal relationship in the field of education , social and rehabilitation through a network of PROFESSIONALS which work together within a ' multidisciplinary team . Within our structure are present dog lovers educators, psychologists, psychotherapists, educators, veterinarians with experience in settore.Usufruiscono services of our children, students, adults and the elderly in situations of temporary or permanent disadvantage also through collaboration with authorities and public and private istitutzioni land.
We work for years specifically in three areas regarding our corporate purpose:
Pet Therapy Area : planning, coordination and implementation of Assisted Interventions with the Animals
Canine Education Area : the educazone cinofila courses
Training area : Training courses, retraining, specialization in the field of pet therapy and education cinofila

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Katie Carroll

Location Senigallia, Italy
URL http://www.pet-village.it/pet-village.it/Home.html
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  • Italian
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  1. Animal-assisted activities
  2. Animal-assisted therapies
  3. Education
  4. Emotional behavioral disabilities
  5. Human-animal relationships
  6. Mental disabilities
  7. Rehabilitation
  8. therapy animals
  9. training of animals