Center for Adaptive Riding
Founded in 1999, Spirit Therapies is the only licensed and certified EAGALA and PATH facility in Las Vegas, NV. We offer multiple programs that are available to assist those facing physical disabilities and mental health related issues and illnesses. SPIRIT THERAPIES is a non-profit...
Sierra Therapeutic Equestrian Program
The Sierra Therapeutic Equestrian Program, Inc. (STEP, Inc.) is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting individuals in our local community who are dealing with physical, mental, emotional or educational special needs. By providing therapeutic riding services to those with both special...
Nevada Equine Assisted Therapy (N.E.A.T.)
Under the supervision of marriage and family therapist, N.E.A.T. offers social, emotional, behavioral and mental health interventions for children as young as four, teens, adults, and seniors, as well as work with small groups, couples, siblings, and families. Clients come to us from a...
Kids & Horses
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Kids & Horses is a non-profit organization that serves children and adults with disabilities in Northern Nevada through the use of horses. Kids & Horses offers a variety of services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and adaptive riding...
Distance-dependent effectiveness of diversionary bear bait sites
| Contributor(s):: Stringham, Stephen F., Bryant, Ann
Effects of removal on a lightly exploited coyote population in eastern Nevada
| Contributor(s):: Jackson, Patrick J.
Inter-seasonal movements in tri-state greater sage-grouse: implications for state-centric conservation plans
| Contributor(s):: Reinhart, Jan S., Messmer, Terry A., Black, Todd
Paradise Ranch is a unique facility that offers you and your family Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) sessions; providing essential therapeutic benefit to all ages. The environment provided to you by this facility focuses on comfort and an enjoyable experience for all involved. All members...
Beyond the "Bear" Necessities: A Mixed Methods Analysis of the Conflicts Arising in Human-Black Bear Encounters
| Contributor(s):: Kathryn Mazaika
Human–black bear conflicts have been increasing over the last 25 years in the western United States. Conflicts arising in human–bear encounters involve both those between people and bears, and between people about bears and how to address them. Research focusing on the interactions...
Animal Law in Nevada: All Bark and No Bite
| Contributor(s):: Kathleen Wilde
From Pottage To Portage: A Perspective On Aboriginal Horse Use In The Northern Great Basin Prior To 1850
| Contributor(s):: Layton, Thomas N.
How Reno Went To The Dogs: The Police Dog In Reno From Riot Control To Drug Detection
| Contributor(s):: Chapman, Samuel G.
Locating The Grave Of John Snyder
| Contributor(s):: Grebenkemper, John, Johnson, Kristin, Morris, Adela
Wild Horses And Other Phantoms
| Contributor(s):: Pellegrini, Steven W.
Raising canine: cross-species parallels in parental investment
| Contributor(s):: Steiner, E. T., Silver, N. C., Hall, P., Downing, C., Hurton, D., Gray, P. B.
What Happens in Vegas
| Contributor(s):: Allensworth, Alder
Refuge-seeking and pest avoidance by feral horses in desert and island environments
| Contributor(s):: Keiper, R. R., Berger, J.
Patterns of resource exploitation were examined among 2 populations of feral horses in the USA, to investigate whether harassment by insects results in the use of 'refuge' sites to minimise pest pressures. In the first study site, Assateague, a barrier island off the Atlantic coast of Maryland...