Our Veterans deserve the best.
We at Goshala BJ rescue abused and neglected farmed animals especially Cows. We have extended the therapeutic experience of human-animal bonding for our Veterans & their families. These brave men and women have put their lives, their careers, and their stability on the line and may have gone through traumatic experiences in their own life. Interacting with animals can help veterans develop emotional regulation skills, trust, and empathy, which are essential for healing from past traumatic experiences. It’s important to note that while human-animal bonding can have numerous benefits, it is not a substitute for professional mental health care. Veterans experiencing mental health challenges should seek appropriate support from healthcare professionals who can provide comprehensive treatment options.
We provide an enriching human animal interaction and bonding experience to Veterans & their families in a unique outdoor setting which allows healing and promotes a positive physiologic response.
Interested Veteran organizations can email us at : email@example.com to schedule an event for Human-Animal bonding experience.
Animals have a unique ability to connect with children on an emotional level, fostering empathy and nurturing relationships. Animals at sanctuaries can provide valuable sensory experiences for special needs children. Touching, petting, and grooming animals can stimulate tactile senses, while observing animals’ movements and sounds can enhance auditory and visual stimulation. Animals’ calming presence, the release of oxytocin during interactions, and the opportunity to engage in soothing activities like petting or grooming can promote emotional regulation and relaxation. Visiting a sanctuary offers a chance for relaxation, connection with nature, and quality time as a family away from the demands and challenges of everyday life.
We welcome Partner organizations to email us at : firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an event for Human-Animal bonding experience. Specific details are under work and will be updated soon..
Animals in sanctuaries provide a great deal of educational learning for the communities. Sanctuaries provide education by allowing the public to visit with animals in natural settings and gain insights and information about their history. We advocate for kindness towards animals and develop a cohabitant presence of these species on our planet.Visitors are able to hand feed the animals and spend quality time with them during their visits. They can learn the cycle of life where a mother nurtures her baby until it’s grown enough to take care of itself. They can see the parents training their young.