Is your relationship with your dog frustrating and limiting, but there's no room in the budget for a professional trainer??
We know it can feel hopeless when you cannot find the help you need at an affordable cost. Suppose you sincerely need help to resolve your dog's challenging behavior but professional training fees are outside your budget. In that case, we've got you. We invite you to contact us to discuss sliding-scale fees or other creative options which may enable us to support your needs.
Everyone needs a little help from their friends, sometimes!
We believe that making our community stronger makes us stronger, so we donate services and time to our local community and other organizations and causes aligned with our vision of a world living and creating life from a place of love and support for one another.
KABT is a proud member of the Shelter Animal Reiki Association, and when you study with us, 25% of the class fees are donated to support SARA's mission.
The Shelter Animal Reiki Association (SARA) is a worldwide grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of shelter animals and their caregivers through the Let Animals Lead® method of Animal Reiki meditation techniques. These techniques help shelter animals, and their caregivers, more effectively manage the chaos and stress of shelter life, supporting them in creating a more relaxed experience during their shelter stay, awaiting their adoption day with more optimism and a greater sense of peace.
SARA has engaged a worldwide network of shelter organizations, teachers, and practitioners, effectively using these methods in various settings, including shelters, sanctuaries, rescue centers, and veterinary offices practicing traditional and complementary veterinary medicine modalities.
Paula donates time to SARA, volunteering to help with SARA's newsletters and member emails, and invites you to get involved in improving the lives of shelter animals!
The SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina provides care to nearly 3,000 homeless companion animals each year and is an open-admission animal shelter. They aim to utilize every available option to increase adoption rates of healthy and treatable animals in their care. Volunteers provide crucial aid in improving the well-being of the animals living in the shelter environment, helping to decrease the animals' length of shelter stay and increase adoption rates.
Paula donates time at the SPCA, primarily walking, offering reiki, and companioning dogs to improve their overall daily life experience, and hopes to support the shelter in implementing other environmental, behavioral, and emotionally enriching, harmonizing experiences for all their animal residents and shelter staff.
The shelter's animals eagerly await your visit, and volunteers are needed for virtually any support you can so generously offer. Visit the SPCA of NE North Carolina's website or contact the shelter at 252-338-5222 to learn more about volunteering your time, skills, or other appreciated resources. Thank you!