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Charlotte’s Litter

Charlotte’s Litter, a program supported by Newtown Kindness, was founded in honor of Charlotte Helen Bacon, a young avid dog lover, who tragically lost her life on December 14, 2012 in Sandy Hook, CT. We, her family and friends, received comfort and love bestowed upon us from local Comfort and Therapy dogs. In honor of our Charlotte and the care we received, Charlotte’s Litter was founded.

Our Mission

Advocate and support appropriate therapy dog programs in educational and societal settings by connecting resources and experienced people as well as providing input and guidance to parents and educators.

 

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Get Involved

Therapy Dogs can help children in so many ways from literacy to stress management and beyond. We want to talk to and hear from Parents, Educators and Owners/Handlers of Therapy Dogs.

We are starting the conversation with a personal message from our family to each of you.

Parents

Parents

Advocate for alternative resources like Therapy Dogs in your child’s school.

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Educators

Educators

Better understand the benefits of Therapy Dogs in a school setting.

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Dog Handlers

Dog Handlers

Connecting experienced Therapy Dog owners and handlers with those in need.

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Our Book Publications

To find out more about our books and share the power of the human and canine relationships with your children, please visit us at http://www.gooddogsgreatlisteners.com/.

 

 
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Charlotte’s Litter is one of the many programs sponsored by the Newtown Kindness organization.

To learn more about how to get involved with Newtown Kindness or its programs, please visit our website below.

Newtown Kindness