Love Dog Adventures inspires physical and emotional healing through the use of interactive animal-assisted therapy and community education.
Every therapy team representing Love Dog Adventures is personally committed to make sure our team visits are pleasant, educational, and memorable.
Our Love Dog Adventures teams are available to any public Agency that can benefit from our care. The program consists of exclusive Delta Pet Partner therapy teams and were trained and evaluated by Sue Grundfest, Delta Certified Instructor and Evaluator.
We are committed to making a difference in every life we touch. A therapy dog certified through Love Dog Adventures, and Delta Pet Partners, are easily identified in the community and on the job by Delta’s signature brown embroidered vest. We require each team to be registered as a Delta handler and therapy animal and wear a photo identification badge at all times. Each therapy team is covered by Delta’s $2 million general liability policy while working.
Love Dog Adventures is proud to offer All Animal Assisted Therapy, Reading with the Love Dogs, Everything Dpog Humane Education Classes, and Power of Pets Programming (Be Cool, Not Cruel and Response to Intervention) to local Las Vegas Health Facilities and Schools. Our mission is to improve the health and well being of our clients through programs incorporating the powerful connection between dogs and humans. To achieve our mission we promote the valuable role of animal-assisted therapy in our community by providing a variety of fun and educational programs designed to build self-esteem, tolerance, acceptance, confidence and teach children and adults to love and respect all living beings.
“All Animal-Assisted Therapy” provides visiting therapy teams with a variety of species to health facilities.
“Reading with the Love Dogs” provides the opportunity for children to read to and with the dogs enhancing student reading skills.
Power of Pets is comprised of two programs:
- “Be Cool, Not Cruel” is our anti-bullying initiative targeting sixth – eighth graders and focuses discussion on tolerance and acceptance through the eyes of the animal.
- “Response to Intervention” provides specially tailored programs for children and their families who are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder and other special learning needs, or for ongoing tracked programs.