Walk that dog

The Kelev Tov project is part of the Shekulo Tov nonprofit; it is the only program in the country that integrates people with mental health problems to employment working with animals.

By KEREN PREISKEL
September 18, 2017 19:07
Kelev Tov

Kelev Tov . (photo credit: KELEV TOV)

 
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 The close bond between people and dogs is not a new discovery, but it is heartening to hear that this connection is as strong as ever – particularly if this connection can help both people and dogs.

The Kelev Tov (“Good Dog”) initiative is a perfect example of harnessing (in this case literally as well as figuratively) the connection in order to create a winwin situation for all involved.

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