Below is a list of upcoming events and volunteer opportunities. If you have any questions about any of the events, please contact us!
Comedy Sportz Family Improv Night
Sunday, April 18 2:30pm and adults are $25, children are $15
721 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis; 951-8499
Proceeds support Ellie, the first Canine Court Advocate in Indiana.
Animal Assisted Activity Classes and Evaluations
Saturday 4/17, 4/24 and 5/1 from 1-2:30 pm at Fetch Academy (96th & Michigan). Evaluation will follow the last class. Pre-registration is required; to register or obtain more information, contact Carol Davenport at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Horsepower to Horsepower: Fall 2010
For great Fall fun, plan on attending our indoor Polo Match in October! Watch for details on our website, www.pawsandthink.org.
Annual Dog Talk Conference
Is There A Correlation Between Animal Abuse and the Abuse of Humans? Follow our website for conference details. You’ll learn about current and pending Indiana Law and how you can detect and report cases. Conference speakers include a Marion County Prosecuting Attorney, Law Enforcement / Animal Control, a Veterinarian, and a Social Worker. CEUs are available for attorneys, veterinarians and veterinary technicians, and social workers.
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
Who to contact
If you would like more information or are interested in helping with any of the opportunities below, please contact Jodi Van Slyke at email@example.com.
Youth-Canine Program at Arsenal Technical High School
March 24; March 26; April 7; April 9; April 14 and April 26 from 9:30-10:20am.
April 25 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Certified Dog Teams Welcome!)
WFYI’s Kids In The Park
June 12 from 10am-4pm (two hour shifts) in Military Park.
Baxter YMCA Pawsitively Adorable Summer Camps
June 21-25; July 19-23; July 26-30 from 10am-12pm.
Christel House Academy
October 25 to December 2, 2010; M-Th, 4:30-5:15pm
Paws and Think placed Hogan with Joey as an Assistance Dog a couple of years ago, to help her with her physical challenges. She is now the reigning Ms. Wheelchair Indiana! The Ms. Wheelchair Indiana program gives voice to the disabled condition, provides a platform for advocacy and promotes understanding between the disabled and the able-bodied communities. As Ms. Wheelchair Indiana, the winner will have the opportunity to help educate the public, advocating for people with disabilities through media interviews and school, church and civic appearances.