Therapy Animal Teams in Kansas City
Mo-Kan Pet Partners is a local Community Partner of Pet Partners, the nation’s largest and most prestigious nonprofit registering handlers of multiple species as volunteer teams providing Animal-Assisted Interventions. Our volunteers are trained and evaluated through Pet Partners processes. At a local level, we assist our members as they serve the health and educational facilities (hospitals, nursing homes, mental health programs, Veterans services, hospice organizations, schools) as well as camps, libraries, and community events.
Our members enjoy social opportunities, mentoring and ongoing educational enrichment.
During the 2017 holidays, some of our Pet Partners were asked to participate in a Vita Bone ad. It portrays a few of our teams as they participate in the Read With Me program.Here is a link to their Facebook site with the video:
Here's a holiday story you may not have heard. Share this video, and we'll donate $1 to Pet Partners to support therapy animals, including those who help improve children's reading skills and self-confidence through their Read With Me™ initiative.Learn more about our partnership at vitabone.com/giving-back
Posted by Vita Bone on Thursday, December 7, 2017
Fox 4 shot video at Woodneath Library in Liberty, Mo on January 22, 2018, to showcase Pet Partners READ WITH ME program.
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Becoming a Therapy Team can be a very rewarding experience. Learn more today!
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We will guide you through the process of finding an animal team for your facility or organization.
Mo-Kan Pet Partners appreciates your generous gifts to support our organization.
John LaRoe, President
Jayne Frye, Vice President
Kim Anderson, Treasurer
Jenny Wiley, Member at Large
Bill Wiley, Member at Large
Pat White, Instructor & Member at Large
Julie Goodman, Instructor
Amy Wurst, Evaluation Coordinator