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The Other Side of the Fence

Where the grass is always greener. 501 c[3] charity. 86-1174463

   Dec 12

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OUR VISION: To end the needless suffering of animals and lend a hand to our community.

The Other Side of the Fence is a Humboldt County 501 [c]3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to preventing cruelty to children and animals through workshops; as well as providing relief to the poor, disabled, and elderly through community service programs.

Click on the following links to learn more about our programs and workshops.
pet sitting, dog walking – for pet owners
We believe that the large number of pets who are relinquished to shelters and rescues can be greatly reduced with proper socialization, training and/or exercise. We offer the following Low Cost Pet Services: Pet Sitting, Dog Walking, Dog Training, and Pooper Scooping. We also offer sliding fee and/or payment plan options for low income seniors, persons with a disability, and single parents.

pet sitting, dog walking

 

pet sitting, dog walking  – for all ages
This workshop teaches about fostering kindness, respect, and empathy for both humans and animals; it is also about looking after the environment and its diverse habitats.

 

pet sitting, dog walking  – for children
Depending on their reading level, this workshop provides children with the opportunity to listen and interact with a story or read aloud to animals, helping to improve a child’s reading skills and self-confidence.

 

pet sitting, dog walking – for seniors or individuals with disabilities
Not only does this workshop provide anyone who needs it with a much needed furry cuddle, we also provide general yard assistance. THIS WORKSHOP IS EXPANDING FAST: We are currently expanding this workshop to help serve at-risk students. “An at-risk student is a student who, by virtue of their circumstances, is statistically more likely than others to fail academically. Those determining the criteria of at-risk status often focus on ethnic minorities, those who are academically disadvantaged, those who are disabled, those who are characterized by low socioeconomic status, and students on a probationary status over past behavioral issues” (definition by Ask).

pet sitting, dog walking

pet sitting, dog walking

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