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  1. New England Pet Partners, Inc.

    New England Pet Partners Inc. is a non-profit organization - 501(c)(3), #17597 that trains, evaluates and supports Registered Pet Assisted Therapy and Reading Education Assistance Dog Teams. While most of our partners are dogs, we joyfully partner up with cats and occasionally horses.

  2. Reading with Rover

    Reading with Rover is a literacy program that provides services to the Puget Sound area of Washington State. Reading with Rover provides volunteers and therapy dogs to schools, libraries, and bookstores to help children with reading disabilities feel more comfortable while reading.

  3. PJ's Pals

    PJ's Pals is a reading assistance dog program that is patterned after the R.E.A.D.® Program (Reading Education Assistance Dogs)

  4. Beach Animals Reading with Kids (BARK)

    Founded in 2007, BARK is an all-volunteer program that encourages children to increase their reading skills and self-confidence by reading aloud to certified therapy dogs. Students find it intimidating to read in front of classmates, but love to read to the non-judgmental, calming dogs. BARK now...

  5. Dogs on Call Inc.

    With our membership growing rapidly, Dogs On Call went on to incorporate in 2004 and in 2008 became a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit and, in addition to our membership with Pet Partners, Dogs On Call became a R.E.A.D.® (Reading Education Assistance Dogs) affiliate with Intermountain Therapy...

  6. Therapy Animals of Southern Arizona

    Therapy Animals of Southern Arizona is an all-volunteer group of Pet Partners Therapy Animal Teams, and those who support the teams, who volunteer in Tuscon and the greater Southern Arizona area. We are also a Community Partner of the national non-profit Pet Partners. After completing training...

  7. TDJC: Therapy Dogs of Johnson County

    Therapy Dogs of Johnson County, or TDJC provide Delta Society (now called Pet Partners) services in the communities of Iowa City, Coralville, Hills, West Branch, North Liberty and the surrounding Iowa City area. We are an 501(c)(3) nonprofit association We are a volunteer therapy dog group...

  8. R.E.A.D. Dogs Minnesota

    The Reading Education Assistance Dogs® program improves children's reading and communication skills by employing a powerful method: reading to a dog. But not just any dog. R.E.A.D. dogs are registered therapy animals who volunteer with their handler as a team, going to schools, libraries,...

  9. Roxy Reading Therapy Dogs

    Roxy Reading is a donation dependent organization whose certified pet therapy teams promote literacy in schools and offer comfort to area youth navigating the court system.

  10. Welcome Waggers

    Welcome! Thank you for your interest in therapy dogs. Is your dog social? At least a year old? A people lover? Well-mannered? Comfortable around other dogs? Then becoming a Therapy Dog team with Welcome Waggers may be just right for you!Welcome Waggers is a local volunteer therapy dog group...

  11. Library Dogs

    Children reading storybooks to dogs-what could be cuter? But every day we're learning there's more than just cuteness when this happens. The smiles on a child's face, the wagging tail of the dog, the excitement of doing something different (even forbidden in some public places) proves there's...

  12. K-9s 4 Kids

    Dedicated to finding the right dog for the right job for the right child... K-9s 4 Kids trains Service Dogs for children with disabilities. Our Service Dogs are awarded to children in Alabama. We train Service Dogs for Balance, Behavior Intervention, Fall Alert, Wheelchair Assistance, and...

  13. Dogs for Autism

    Dogs for Autism (DFA), a non-profit corporation, was founded in 1991 (formerly called Dogs for Disabled) and trained service dogs to assist with a wide variety of disabilities.What We Do•Breed, raise, train, and place service dogs to work in homes and in public with children with autism. Our...

  14. READing Paws

    | Contributor(s):: Megan Kendall

    A READing Paws Team is comprised of a registered Therapy Animal and owner/handler. You'll find these Teams in your local school, tucked in a corner, READing with a student. The animals love to listen and look at the pictures. They encourage the students to practice their READing skills and enjoy...

  15. Sit Stay Read

    SitStayRead’s mission is to improve literacy skills and foster a love of learning in at-risk children. Founded in 2003, the organization brings teams of trained volunteers and certified reading assistance dogs to Chicago Public Schools and inner-city community programs. SitStayRead is the leading...