Pet Therapy Photos

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Our Mission Statement "We Bring Smiles"

By using rescued animals for therapy work.

Animal Therapy News

February 24th
New at Peter White Public LibraryMarquette Mining JournalBenedict Cumberbatch appears as a modern-day Sherlock Holmes, along with Martin Freeman as Watson. Season four consists of three feature-length episodes. Also includes behind the scenes footage show...
February 24th
LancasterOnlineVisits from Harley the therapy pig brighten Thursdays at Luther AcresLancasterOnlineHarley and Chris Hainley, 42, are registered as a therapy team with Pet Partners, a national therapy-pet organization. Hainley went through its training pro...
February 23rd
Pamplin Media GroupRiley Dawg sharesPamplin Media Group"When I adopted him, I had hoped we could become a Pet Partners therapy dog team and go to hospitals or senior centers to brighten the lives of others. But Riley wasn't able to pass the test ...
February 23rd
American Legion holding fish fryMarquette Mining JournalAnimal therapy planned. MARQUETTE — SuperiorLand Pet Partners, a local affiliate of Pet Partners a national therapy animal group, trains, ... NMU choir, arts chorale to perform. MARQUETTE — The North...
February 22nd
Greensburg Daily NewsAnimal assisted therapy benefits patientsGreensburg Daily News"Pet Partners screens out the ill-tempered dogs and records all the dog's performance standards. Pet Partners is one of the oldest and most respected organizations...
February 14th
Marquette Mining JournalKeeping Wildcats wellMarquette Mining JournalPatty Cornish, a member of SuperiorLand Pet Partners, cuddles with her dog, Bijou, a therapy dog for the group. The group was one of many who set up booths at the Feb. 7 Wildcat Wellness...
February 12th
Valley morning StarTherapy pet team evaluation dayValley morning StarHARLINGEN — Rio Grande Valley Therapy Pets has scheduled a Pet Partners therapy pet team evaluation day for Saturday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Harlingen Cultural Arts Center...
February 11th
Blue Ribbon NewsTexas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall spreads the love with pet therapyBlue Ribbon NewsPet Partners is a national nonprofit registering handlers of multiple species as volunteer teams providing animal-assisted interactions. Casey sai...
February 7th
ONE SPECIAL DOGCoveleaderpress (subscription)Fourth and fifth graders at Clements-Parsons Elementary School had the opportunity to meet a Pet Partners therapy dog named Penny along with her owner on Friday. Pet Partners is the nation's largest and mos...
January 30th
Racine's Gracie the cat enjoys volunteering in communityBeloit Daily NewsBorn in August 2015, Gracie seemed to have the perfect temperament to be a therapy cat. Gracie is a registered therapy cat through Pet Partners, a nationwide organization special...
Young's Funny Farm has resumed visits

We have resumed doing regulal visits. If you would like us to attend your event, please fill out our 
request form so we can evaluate your request.


Donations are now tax deductible thanks to the Greater Berwick United Way. 
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Donations can be made by clicking on the donate button on the bottom right of this page. Donations are used for care and feeding of our animals, veterinarian bills and support our visits. 

You can find us on Facebook by looking for Young's Funny Farm Inc.

Who We Are
Young's Funny Farm is the home of some very special therapy animals including our therapy donkeys Henry & Honeybun; our miniature therapy horses, Buddy & Shorty; therapy ducks, Afro, Daffy, Donald, Frenchie, Stumpy & Von Drake; and our cross trained service/therapy dogs Cinderella. All our animals are part of the Pet Partners® and have taken the same testing that the more common therapy dog takes with only minor adjustments for different species.

We currently have 11 therapy animals available for visits. 

What We Do
We visit many different types of facilities including hospitals, nursing homes, special needs centers, schools, church programs, camps and other community events. We do many special needs camps and classes as well as assisted living units.

We Can Alway Use Donations

We volunteer our time and resources and our visits and services are done for free. First we need donations and if you are able to help, with a donation, of any amount, even a small amount, it all adds up and helps. If you cannot help, do not feel bad, but sometimes words of encouragement help too.

You can use PayPal buy clicking the button on the bottom of the page or by sending a check to Young's Funny Farm, 764 Knob Mountain Rd, Berwick PA 18603. For a better break down of costs please click here.

Gift Cards
We can always use gifts cards for Tractor Supply Company, Agway and for projects on the farm and fence repair, Home Depot and Lowes. For a better idea of what type of feed we use and costs please click here.

For a better idea of our costs for caring for the animals, please click here.

Young's Funny Farm - We Bring Smiles!

Meet Juan

Juan is our latest adopted animal. He is a miniature donkey from a farm in Washingtonville Pennsylvania whose owner was moving out of state.

Juan is approxiamately 3 years old and has a terrifice personality. He is cuurently being trained to become our newest therapy donkey.

People can also contact the Young's directly at 

Proud Member

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"Animals have the ability to bring out the best in people; when you  have the chance to cuddle with Timmy or Cinder, or
hear Honeybun "sing" for her 
carrot, it takes you back to gentler days of petting zoos, and connecting with nature."

"It is a pleasure for me to be able to express the experience and enjoyment brought to our residents from Young’s Funny Farm. We are aware that other facilities
host this group — but in their parking lots. We bring them into the facility, into the Activities Room where they are able to move among the residents, be pet and touched and given much love. 

Young’s Funny Farm has visited our facility many times. Their interactions with our residents is exceptional. They are patient and understanding, while interacting 
with our residents and their animals. Residents are entertained as well as excited to have these certified animals in such close proximity. Their faces tell it all."



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