Grey Muzzle Manor Provides Uplifting Interactions for Animals and Humans
Nov 25, 2017 10:36AM
Grey Muzzle Manor, a sanctuary for senior and special needs animals, is situated on serene and private farm land in Fleetwood. Animal residents include horses, goats, dogs, cats, pigs and chickens. Just like people do, animals often need a place to seek solace, safety and rescue. Grey Muzzle Manor serves as the entry point to a life of hope, happiness and recovery for humans and animals alike.
Grey Muzzle Manor provides Animal Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. This unique form of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues that affect adults and children, such as trauma, depression, anxiety, impulse control disorders, autism, addiction struggles and more.
“The interactions between client and animal is the essence that enables individuals to begin to develop awareness and coping mechanisms, helping them begin to take control of their lives,” explains Marcy Tocker, founder and director. “We believe people have the internal power and strength to attain a positive lifestyle. Our animals enable them to not only find this strength, but also to harness it and move forward.”
Grey Muzzle Manor is registered as a nonprofit charitable organization.