Pawsitive Works – Youths Team Up With Canines



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What an inspiration! Julie and Maggie, Idaho Dog Bloggers have been in touch with Pawsitive Works and are happy to hear this program for youth at risk and shelter dogs will be expanding to our local Treasure Valley to serve the Canyon County Community. They will be using shelter dogs from the Caldwell Shelter and youth referred by juvenile probation. According to Karen Schumacher, Pawsitive Works Executive Director, it is a a life changing program for the youth and dogs. Pawsitive Works will be expanding to Caldwell in the Fall of 2012 and are in need of volunteers who want to make a difference in the lives of youth and shelter dogs. So let’s get excited Idaho dog lovers. Send them your support. You are encouraged to connect with Pawsitive Works on Facebook and visit their website volunteer page. We know how much volunteer spirit we have here in Idaho, so here’s your chance to get involved.




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About the Pawsitive Works Program

Pawsitive Works is making a measurable difference in the lives of at risk youth.

Our program provides at risk youth with behavior skills that are linked to increased school attendance, improved community relations and decreased problem behaviors.  The program increases self-concept and mindfulness and positively affects empathy through the care and training of homeless behaviorally challenged dogs. Continue reading