MENTAL HEALTH

Bringing Communities Together

We offer people and animals of all ages with mental health challenges a creative and holistic approach to managing their mental health and wellbeing. We do this by working with with U.K businesses and animal professionals to provide services free of charge to those that need our support.

 WHAT DRIVES US

Our Mission

We wanted to make the connection between animal lovers and animals being great for people who have challenging times with their mental health. Extending that further we want to support people around the U.K by encouraging them to approach their mental health and wellbeing with a more holistic approach such as being creative with a paint brush, taking yoga classes or learning a new skill.

KEEN TO HELP?

How you can get involved

ARE YOU IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE?

Here’s how we can help you

GET IN TOUCH

Get Support

One of our primary goals is to provide access to support in the local community for people struggling with mental health challenges yet unable to pay for activities and services which will help. Working with and supporting local businesses we aim to provide access to activities which positively affect your mental health and wellbeing. This could be an art class or a yoga class or perhaps providing opportunities to learn something new.

PLEASE NOTE: We will need a copy of your benefits or proof of low income to be submitted with your application. We
do not keep this information on our records we are only checking for claim purpose and will not keep record of this information once we have accessed your application. If your application is declined we only keep record of your information submitted for as long as GDPR requires and we will then remove your information from our records within 72 hours.

ABOUT US

Animal Mental Health

BACKGROUND

Do you have a rescue pet that needs mental health help? Are you a small rescue with little support to help support you to rehabilitate animals you are looking to rehome in their forever homes? We are here to help you!!

HOW WE HELP

Many dogs especially suffer with their mental health in a variety of ways such as depression, anxiety, OCD & PTSD to name a few. British dogs alone are suffering from these mental health conditions with a report that 1 in 10 dogs have one of these conditions this is a “silent epidemic” and there is not enough support to help these animals many of which have been in rescue or are currently in rescue centres awaiting a forever home. These behaviours are developed from several contributing factors such as previous trauma in their lives before they are saved, changes to routines, lack of exercise and not enough social or physical affection given.

These challenges animals face can be helped and supported that is why we offer support via our network of experienced professional trainers, behaviourists, animal psychologists and holistic practitioners. We not only support dogs with their mental health we aim to support as many animals large or small to give them the best quality of life and to help them find or remain in their forever homes.

HOW IT WORKS

We do have some vetting we carry out to confirm your pet is a rescue in need of support or you need support with rescues in your care this is accessed on individual case needs.

If you’d like to learn more or request support for your animal(s), please use the form below.

GET IN TOUCH

We want to help

Use this form to request mental health support for your pet or if you are an animal professional and would like to know more.

PROFESSIONALS

Become a partner

If you are an animal trainer, behaviourist or a holistic practitioner that supports animals mental or physical well-being we want to work with you to support our pawsome pets nationwide. We are also always on the look out for individuals or companies that run awareness classes to support pet parents such as pet first aid and well being support sessions to name a few we are always open to new methods to promote animals mental health. Use the contact form above to get in touch.

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