Mobile ANT

Therapeutic animal visits for seniors, schools, community & corporate events.

Mobile ANT provides a unique opportunity for a multitude of community members to experience the joy of therapy animal interaction. Our visiting therapy animals include: miniature horses, goats, dogs, chickens, & rabbits.

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For Senior Facilities & Schools

Interested in having our animals visit at your facility or school? We offer one-hour visits with small animals and mini horses, and serve the greater Whatcom County area. Our unique intergenerational visits bring therapy animals & youth volunteers to engage with seniors, offering youth a chance to appreciate elders & aging in a positive way, and helping elders discover that they have value as their stories and humor are enjoyed. Seniors also benefit from the physiological effects of animal interaction, such as lowered blood pressure & reduced cortisol levels.

*Note: Rates are valid for 1-hour visits within Whatcom County. For visits to Skagit & King County, a travel fee applies. Please contact us for a quote.

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2020 Rates:

1-Hour visit with Small Animals (rabbits, chickens, dogs) – $100.00
1-Hour visit with Small Animals + Miniature Horses & Goats (up to 5) – $200.00
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For Community & Corporate Events

We are proud to offer fun, meaningful, & therapeutic animal experiences for your guests, employees, and events! These experiences can help to reduce anxiety, promote socialization & engagement, decrease feelings of isolation, improve focus & concentration, and offer comfort & emotional support.

Fees depend on location, event duration, number of guests, and hours requested. Please contact us for a quote.

Mobile ANT currently partners with Microsoft to provide a “Cuddle Corner” at large events, helping guests & employees de-stress from busy expos. Contact us to see how our animals can help you!
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Volunteer with Mobile ANT 

We look for families & individuals with a love for animals, appropriate emotion & behavior regulation, and ability to make a 6-month commitment of at least one visit per month. Due to facility schedules, some Mobile ANT visits are held during the school day so homeschooling families may be a great fit. If interested, please contact the volunteer coordinator.

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Mobile ANT Van Animals as Natural Therapy

For more information or to request a Mobile ANT visit:

office@animalsasnaturaltherapy.org
360-671-3509
Download Request Form 

Testimonials

“I don’t have a close relationship with my own grandparents. So I give my love to these people in the home.” – Youth Volunteer

“Thanks to you, I feel like I’m making a difference by making seniors happy by bringing animals in for the company.” – Shuksan Middle School Student

“I met a lady whose name is Boots. She had a stroke and she can’t move around. One day she came to talk to me and said that I was pretty. She told me her story and I told her mine. At the end, she held my hands and we cried together. We don’t judge each other. We are just the same. She said she didn’t want to live after the stroke, but meeting me made her want to be alive.” – Teen in Recovery

“It’s amazing how an old man sitting with a chicken on his lap will come to life as he remembers his childhood on a farm, or how the presence of Gabby [the Golden Retriever] can delight a nursing home resident missing her own pet.” – Mobile ANT Staff Member

“I’m so happy right now! This is the best thing ever.”

“This is so calming.”

“Holding a bunny really is relaxing, isn’t it? I needed this.”

“Two minutes with animals and I’ve changed my whole outlook on life.”