What is the purpose of your program?
If you are going through physical or emotional challenges, either as a patient, survivor, veteran, family or caregiver, come enjoy a carefree day at our family-friendly ranch. Learn dog sports, watch sheep herding, or just relax by the pond. Our volunteers are here to help you with dog training -- or an ear to listen.
What are the hours of your program?
A New Leash On Life is held on the 3rd Sunday of every month from 10am - 2pm.
How much do you charge?
What can we expect to see and do?
Come learn about agility and rally/obedience. Watch sheep herding lessons. Throw a Frisbee with our canine volunteers at our pond. Visit our friendly goats, sheep and llamas. Hear the cooing of the doves in our aviary. Go for a walk in our 6-acre reflection path where dogs are welcome off-leash. Visit Farm Fun to learn more.
Who is eligible to come?
If your life has been touched by cancer, if you are a military veteran or if your child is facing hardship. come join us. Visit What We Do to learn more.
Can I bring my dog?
Your dog is welcome as long as it is non-aggressive, nor a bully breed. If you don’t have a dog, we are more than happy to share ours for the day.
Are you open rain or shine? Do we need reservations?
Call 916-655-1558 morning of program to verify if we are open. Reservations are not required.
Do you accept donations? Are you a non-profit (501-c-3) corporation?
Our program is FREE. And yes we do accept donations and are a 501(c)3 non profit corporation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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