Canine Assistants
Programs

Tours of Our Farm

To request a tour of our farm, please click here. Tours are scheduled on a case by case basis pending availability of a tour guide. Tours last about an hour and include information about our program/dogs and a brief visit with some of the dogs and other animals on our farm. There is no fee.

Service Dog Presentations/Info Tables/Therapy Visits

To request a service dog presentation, information table, or a therapy visit (off site - at your location), please click here. Presentations are scheduled on a case by case basis pending availability of a representative. Presentations last about a half hour and include information about our program/dogs and a dog demonstration/visit. There is no fee.

K-9 Kids Reading Program - limited to the Atlanta area

K-9 Kids Reading ProgramTails are wagging at the success of K-9 Kids! As part of our motivational reading program, Canine Assistants service dogs and representatives visit several schools throughout the metro Atlanta area each week during the school year to listen to the children read. Children who are uncomfortable reading in front of their peers for fear that they might make a mistake are quite at ease reading in front of a dog. Dogs are both supportive and nurturing and give children the confidence to overcome challenges in reading. In addition to overall academic achievement, motivation, self-esteem, and confidence in reading skyrocket with the help of the dogs.

The public has also taken a keen interest in K-9 Kids, with segments having aired on NBC Nightly News and CNN. Canine Assistants is proud to utilize our service dogs as academic ambassadors for children in the Atlanta area.

If you are interested in bringing K-9 Kids to your school,
CLICK HERE for application.

Program Contact Information

For more information about our Programs, please contact:

Frances Rosemeyer, K-9 Kids Coordinator
770-664-7178, ext. 201
frances@canineassistants.org

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