Caring Companies Membership Program
Pet Partners is the nation's largest and most credible therapy animal organization in the United States, with 11,000 registered teams providing more than one million visits annual to major health and treatment facilities in communities large and small. We are proud to have established the initial curriculum for Animal-Assisted Interactions (AAI) and Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) as the leader in promoting the human-animal bond to improve health and quality of life for those we service.
We now provide the opportunity to corporations around the country to show their support of our mission through our Caring Companies Membership Program. Click here to see the benefit grid for all Caring Company membership levels.
If you are interested in becoming a Caring Company, please contact Jeffrey Brodzinski, Manager of Individual Giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-679-5517.
Pet Partners is pleased to announce a new partnership with PetSmart, the largest specialty pet retailer of services and solutions for the lifetime of pets.
“At PetSmart, caring about pets, people and our communities is at the heart of everything we do,” said David Lenhardt, PetSmart Chief Executive Officer. “We’re proud to partner with Pet Partners in an effort to help more people heal through the power of pets.”
PetSmart was able to provide this donation through its PetSmart Gives Back initiative. PetSmart Gives Back partners with national and local organizations that enrich the lives of people through the power of pets.
Pet Partners is committed to creating training tools relevant to the situations, individuals and challenges our volunteers may be faced with as they conduct animal-assisted interactions. PetSmart’s sponsorship will help support enhanced training and continuing education to 11,000 volunteer therapy animal teams. “Pet Partners is proud to partner with the world-renowned retailer, PetSmart,” said Brenda Bax, Pet Partners Board Chair. “We hope to further develop this relationship with the intent of benefiting the clients we serve, our volunteers and the animals that give us all comfort and happiness.”