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Caring Animal Partners | Well-mannered pets, certified with human partners, have a mission to serve the area as ambassadors of love and compassion.Caring Animal Partners – Well-mannered pets, certified with human partners, have a mission to serve the area as ambassadors of love and compassion.
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We are once again able to visit and offer comfort with our pets to many people at nursing homes, care facilities and schools. We are asking all partners to be recertified before they resume their visits. Please contact Mary Taylor email@example.com to set up your recertification. Evaluations for new partners are available. Please refer to…
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Caring Animal PartnersWelcomeCAP News / StoriesCertificationCAP VolunteersPlaces We VisitActive Volunteers – PhotosPast Volunteers – Photos
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Word count: 586 words, Reading time: 2.3 minutes"Skip to content +1 (603) 927-4046 / firstname.lastname@example.org Join Our Facebook Community! Caring Animal Partners Well-mannered pets, certified with human partners, have a mission to serve the area as ambassadors of love and compassion. Menu HomeCAP NewsAboutVolunteers Certification Submit Hours Submit StoriesMembershipDonateContact Welcome We are once again able to visit and offer comfort with our pets to many people at nursing homes, care facilities and schools. We are asking all partners to be recertified before they resume their visits. Please contact Mary Taylor email@example.com to set up your recertification. Evaluations for new partners are available. Please refer to our website under evaluations. We are still following CDC guidelines for COVID 19 and we refer all team members and our community to the CDC guidelines concerning animals and COVID https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/animals/pets-other-animals.html OUR MISSION: Well-mannered pets, certified with human partners, have a mission to serve the area as ambassadors of love and compassion.Thank you for your interest in becoming a Caring Animal Partner. Do you have an energetic pet who needs a job? If you and yours might like to join us, please learn about our program on this website and call us at +1 (603) 927-4046 – we will meet with you to start the process. CAP News / Stories Learn more about our members and their pets by reading their stories. CAP seeks to bring the love and happiness of our pets to those who cannot have them. Volunteers of our organization visit nursing homes, retirement communities, libraries and schools. We are also available to visit people who are confined to their homes. Read more CAP News / Stories Certification Certification Process – Thank you for your interest in becoming a Caring Animal Partner. Our mission is to enhance the pleasure and well being of our elder groups, assist in the development of skills for living in our younger groups and to provide pet assisted therapy to those with special needs. Prospective pet candidates need… Read more Certification CAP Volunteers Hello CAP Volunteer – Please call the Activities Director at your visitation site to schedule your visit. Try to set up a schedule and visit on a regular basis. Visits become more enjoyable to you and your pet as you become familiar with the site and the residents. Here are some helpful hints for successful… Read more CAP Volunteers Places We Visit Places We Visit – Retirement Communities / Nursing Homes Because of their great need, the majority of our visits are to nursing homes. Studies show that pets have a remarkable ability to evaluate peoples’ moods and even improve their health. Alan Beck and Aaron Katcher write, “Our ability to touch pets, and their ability to… Read more Places We Visit Active Volunteers – Photos Meet Our Team! See our partners that are out and about in your community – learn more about them and where they visit. We currently have approximately 30 active Caring Animal Partner volunteers. Would you like to join our team? Call us today at +1 (603) 927-4046 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward… Read more Active Volunteers – Photos Past Volunteers – Photos Meet Our Past Volunteers. Thank you for your dedication and making a difference in our communities. We greatly appreciate everything that our volunteers do. Read more Past Volunteers – Photos CAP News / Stories Congratulations Linda Brennan and Mary-Chris Duncan the winners of our $50. Gas Cards for May 1st! Epson Health Care Center Therapy Dog Meets Therapy Horse Congratulations to our March Gas Card Winners! (no title) Join Our Facebook Community! Facebook Search for: Contact UsPO Box 1304New London, NH 03257603.927.4046 HomeCAP NewsAboutVolunteersMembershipDonateContact Blog at WordPress.com. Follow Following Caring Animal Partners Sign me up Already have a WordPress.com account? Log in now. Caring Animal Partners Customize Follow Following Sign up Log in Copy shortlink Report this content View post in Reader Manage subscriptions Collapse this bar <img src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?v=noscript" style="height:1px;width:1px;overflow:hidden;position:absolute;bottom:1px;" alt="" />"
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