K9s for Camo
Service dogs at no cost. Rescued shelter dogs. Trained by prisoners.
Horses of Hope
In April 1997, a dream was born to provide equine-assisted therapeutic services in Southeast Kansas and the surrounding four-state area. Horses of Hope Riding Center, Inc. in Baxter Springs, Kansas opened in the fall of that year and gained affiliation with the Professional Association of...
Broken Creek Youth Ranch
(SpiritHorse of) Broken Creek Youth Ranch offers equine assisted therapy programs FREE OF CHARGE to our participants. Here at Broken Creek Youth Ranch, we provide unique, highly effective equine assisted programs for at risk and special needs youth, ages 18 months of age to 18 years of age....
Northland Therapeutic Riding Center
The mission of Northland Therapeutic Riding Center is to improve the quality of life for persons with special needs through equine assisted activities and therapies. Northland Therapeutic Riding Center, is a recognized 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, founded in 2000 in response to a strong...
Mississippi Valley Therapeutic Horsemanship
MVTH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to offering therapeutic riding to children and adults living with disabilities, to help them achieve greater physical strength and flexibility while working on communication skills and developing emotionally-rewarding bonds with horses. It...
Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc.
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Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing therapeutic horseback riding activities for individuals with disabilities within the St. Louis area. In 1999, Ginni Hartke embarked on a 4.5 year journey through mountains of paperwork to create...
Equi-Librium Therapy Center
Previously operating as Therapeutic Riding of the Ozarks, Equi-Librium Therapy Center, was established in 1995. In 2012, Equi-Librium Therapy Center (ETC) established it’s own 501(3)(c) non- profit organization and we are happy to say “the sky is the limit!”ETC serves children...
Harvest demographics of temperate-breeding Canada geese in South Dakota, 1967-1995
| Contributor(s):: Gleason, Jeffrey S., Jenks, Jonathan A., Naugle, David E., Mammenga, Paul W., Vaa, Spencer J., Pritchett, Jennifer M.
A Real Win-Win: Saving Dogs and Saving Veterans: An Interview with Susan Hinkle
12 Nov 2015 |
Posted by Katie Carroll
“I find it fascinating how a dog can change a person’s life,” said Susan Hinkle, Founder and Program Director of Missouri Patriot Paws.
Missouri Patriot Paws Founder and Program...
C.H.A.M.P. (Canine Helpers Allow More Possibilities) Assistance Dogs
C.H.A.M.P. Assistance Dogs, Inc. is a nonprofit organization which places skilled service dogs with people who have disabilities. We also provide our community with a disability awareness education program, therapy dog teams, and a reading program utilizing dogs.
Charley Was Our Darlin'
| Contributor(s):: Conroy, Jack
Promoting one health: the University of Missouri Research Center for Human/Animal Interaction
| Contributor(s):: Johnson, R. A.
Ethical frameworks and farmer participation in controversial farming practices
| Contributor(s):: Cardoso, S. P., James, H. S., Jr.
TigerPlace, A State-Academic-Private Project to Revolutionize Traditional Long-Term Care
| Contributor(s):: Rantz, Marilyn J., Porter, Rosemary T., Cheshier, Debra, Otto, Donna, Servey Iii, Charles H., Johnson, Rebecca A., Aud, Myra, Skubic, Marjorie, Tyrer, Harry, Zhihai, He, Demiris, George, Alexander, Gregory L., Taylor, Gene
Are farmers of the middle distinctively "good stewards"? Evidence from the Missouri Farm Poll, 2006
| Contributor(s):: James, H. S., Hendrickson, M. K.
In this paper we consider the question of whether middle-scale farmers, which we define as producers generating between $100,000 and $250,000 in sales annually, are better agricultural stewards than small and large-scale producers. Our study is motivated by the argument of some commentators that...
Noteworthy. Pets do make a difference for patients in long-term care facilities
Outliers. Asides and insides
Older Latinos, pets, and health
| Contributor(s):: Johnson, R. A., Meadows, R. L.