87 Ashlawn Farm Rd | New Ipswich, NH
87 Ashlawn Farm Rd | New Ipswich, NH
Request a therapy dog visit. Are you a facility that would benefit for a therapy dog team to visit? Some examples are staff training, corporate meetings, assisted living, dentist offices, funerals, schools, children’s camps, after school programs, assemblies in your school district. If you feel that your team or community would benefit from a therapy dog visit, please send us an email at email@example.com
Facility dogs are expertly trained dogs who partner with a facilitator working in a health care, visitation or education setting. Facility dogs are trustworthy in professional environments. Their training is designed to motivate and inspire clients with special needs. One of the most valued qualities of the facility dog is the unconditional love and attention it gives to the clients and patients with whom it interacts. In an educational setting, a facility dog helps engage students in schools and special education classes. In a health care environment, activities such as grooming, feeding and playing fetch with a facility dog can aid patients in medical rehabilitation and psychiatric programs. A highly trained facility dog encourages feelings of calm and security for clients in a visitation setting such as a courtroom, classroom, rehab center just to name a couple. If you are interested in learning more please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under the ADA, a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person's disability. ColdSprings service dogs are done on a individual basis for more detailed information please send an email to our board of directors.
ColdSprings has a well-established breeding program providing nonprofit and training organizations all over the United States with purpose bred Labradors from a line that has excelled in service and therapy work for close to two decades. If you would like to contribute to our pups with a purpose program with a donation or to suggest an organization that may benefit, please email us email@example.com You can also make a donation and name a pup in honor of someone’s legacy contact us for more information.
Private Training lessons are available at our training center by appointment only. We are happy to guide you through all the stages of training so that you have a well-mannered partner. Send us an email today!
The ColdSprings breeding program was established in 2004 with the goal of producing a healthy Labrador of sound body and mind. Every single dog in our program for 5 generations now has had every available health screening. Breeding adults are all put through our training program and temperament evaluations long before they are considered to be producers. Our dogs have excelled in the conformation show ring, agility, obedience, gun dog and hunting, and of course in therapy and service work. We believe in a dog that thinks and not reacts, that is of solid disposition no matter the environment. We stand behind them. If you are inquiring about pet or a pup please email Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about our Breeding program >> learn more <<
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New Ipswich, New Hampshire 03071, United States
Your contribution will go towards dog food, vet care and dog training. We are very grateful for your generosity.
ColdSprings Healing Paws Foundation specializes in training canines and handlers for the purpose of helping people with special needs as well as training and certifying canines for therapy work.
There's always a list of things needed at ColdSprings. From items that help us at fundraising events to items for the pups. We have made it easy to help, go to our AmazonSmile wish list, add items from our list to your cart, and check out - it's that easy.