Mentor Program

Why Mentor?

Canines for Christ has on the community and the joy it brings to both dogs and humans.

Volunteering with Canines for Christ offers the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others, both human and canine. It's a chance to contribute to the well-being of the community while being part of a passionate group of dog lovers who share a common purpose.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor and would like to get connected with a mentee, contact Mary Louit. She is available as a resource to connect new gradutates and mentors. Please allow 2-3 business days for a response. 

phone: 513-335-1233  


Mentors Class: TBD

We are revamping our mentoring program. We want to make this process smooth and easy for mentors and mentees. Sign-up to learn about what is new in the program and if you are new to being a mentor. 

Ascension & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

334 Burns Ave. 

Wyoming, OH 45215

Guidelines & Process

a.    Mentees should have vaccination records readily available on first visit.

b.    Mentees should have leash 6-8 ft (no retractable leash)

c.    Explain sign-in procedures of visitation site

a. If there are any issues please email us at for any additional questions.

b. If there is a situation that needs to be reported, please fill out the incident report. 

Tips & Expectations

When mentoring volunteers with Canines for Christ, there are several key qualities and behaviors to look for and encourage:

As a mentor, provide guidance, support, and constructive feedback to help volunteers develop these qualities and skills. By nurturing these attributes, volunteers can become effective advocates for Canines for Christ and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.