Animals/Pet Care Assistance

    Results: 13

  • Animal Adoption (3)
    PD-7600.0100

    Animal Adoption

    PD-7600.0100

    Programs that place stray and homeless domestic pets with people who are willing to provide for their care; find homes for wild burros, horses or other animals who are being removed from their natural environment; or place retired race horses, show horses, greyhounds and other animals when their racing or show careers have come to an end. Included are websites where animals available for adoption can be listed.
  • Animal Foster Care/Rescue Volunteer Opportunities (1)
    PX-0500.0400

    Animal Foster Care/Rescue Volunteer Opportunities

    PX-0500.0400

    Organizations that are actively seeking individuals who are willing, on a voluntary basis without remuneration, to provide a temporary home for animals who are abandoned or lost or come to the aid of animals in hazardous situations.
  • Animal Rescue (1)
    PD-7600.0500

    Animal Rescue

    PD-7600.0500

    Programs that rescue domestic animals who are in hazardous situations and which may provide emergency medical care if injuries have occurred.
  • Animal Rights Groups (1)
    TD-1600.0500

    Animal Rights Groups

    TD-1600.0500

    Organizations that support the passage and enforcement of laws and other social measures that protect domestic and wild animals from cruelty or neglect; and/or which seek to limit or prevent the use of animals for experimental purposes. Also included are organizations that oppose animal trapping, puppy mills, hunting, cockfighting, greyhound racing, the wearing of fur, the use of animals for entertainment and other similar practices.
  • Animal Shelters (2)
    PD-7600.0600

    Animal Shelters

    PD-7600.0600

    Programs that provide protection and care for unwanted pets or stray animals, and hold them for a specified period of time to provide an opportunity for owners to claim them prior to offering them for adoption. Included are shelters that euthanize the animals if not adopted within a specified amount of time, as well as "no kill" shelters that will keep the animals until they are adopted.
  • Animal/Pet Issues (1)
    YZ-0450

    Animal/Pet Issues

    YZ-0450

    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of domestic and wild animals (including pets) and their well-being and control.
  • Companion Animals (1)
    LR-7950.1500

    Companion Animals

    LR-7950.1500

    Programs that provide and train recipients in the use of animals who have been taught to provide personal assistance, companionship and/or physical protection for people with physical disabilities who have limited mobility.
  • Equestrian Therapy (2)
    RP-8000.1925

    Equestrian Therapy

    RP-8000.1925

    Programs that provide opportunities for individuals with any of a wide range of disabilities and others (e.g., victims of assault or abuse, people who have recently suffered a tragic loss, incarcerated offenders, at risk youth) to relate to, handle, groom and ride horses as a part of an experiential habilitation or therapy program in which the horse serves as a co-facilitator or co-therapist. Equestrian therapy provides an experience with horses that fosters growth, communication skills, self-esteem, self-awareness, healing and personal transformation. Clients learn about themselves and others by participating in activities with the horses, and then discussing feelings, behaviors and patterns. Therapy goals for different populations may differ, e.g., treatment for children with autism may focus on behavior modification and improvement.
  • Mobility Assistance Service Animals (1)
    LR-7950.5000

    Mobility Assistance Service Animals

    LR-7950.5000

    Programs that provide and train recipients in the use of animals who have been taught to provide personal assistance such as pulling wheelchairs or fetching items for people with physical disabilities who have limited mobility.
  • Neuter/Spay Services (4)
    PD-9000.6000

    Neuter/Spay Services

    PD-9000.6000

    Programs that surgically alter animals to prevent them from reproducing. "Spay" refers to the surgical removal of the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes of a female animal; "neuter" refers to the surgical removal of the testes of a male animal.
  • Service Animal Issues (1)
    YZ-8180

    Service Animal Issues

    YZ-8180

    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of autism service animals, dog guides, mobility assistance service animals, psychiatric service dogs, seizure dogs, signal dogs and other service animals.
  • Service Animals (1)
    LR-7950

    Service Animals

    LR-7950

    Programs that provide and train recipients in the use of animals who have been taught to help individuals who have disabilities increase their mobility and independence and/or maximize their ability to communicate effectively.
  • Veterinary Services (1)
    PD-9000

    Veterinary Services

    PD-9000

    Programs that provide diagnostic and treatment services for animals who have illnesses, injuries or emotional problems; and which euthanize animals who are aged or in severe pain because of untreatable health problems. Preventive care is generally also available.