The interconnection between individuals and animals provides benefits on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. Our dream is for our Ranch to provide a serene and caring environment where one can take a break from the busy day-to-day world to "pause and reflect".
About Us

Partnering with animals to heal
 the mind, body, and spirit.


Our Mission Statement


To provide a healing, educational, motivational, and recreational environment utilizing equine and other animal assisted therapies and experiences to enhance the quality of life for all clients, and to provide a loving home, whether temporary or permanent, for animals that meet a specific criteria.






Board of Directors

Melode Seremet, President & Founder
 12 years in healthcare administration, 10 years in community work and marketing,  Licensed Veterinary Technician.

Stan Seremet, Vice President
 22 years in healthcare systems administration.

Dr. Kathi Maher, Secretary 
Chiropractor, with over 15 years experience and owner of Health by Hands, Arlington, TX.  Cutting horse owner and competitor. http://www.healthbyhandswellness.com/

Elizabeth Dubuis, Board Member 
Self-employed consultant and accountant in the oil and gas industry for over 23 years.
  Licensed Veterinary Technician.

Betsy Hillyand, Board Member
Child Life Specialist at Cook's Chldrens Hospital, Ft. Worth, TX.  



Paws for Reflection Ranch Founders
Melode and Stan Seremet







            * * * Ranch in the Media * * *

Mansfield Magazine Sept 2016 - Feature Story on Paws for Reflection Ranch

Midlothian NOW July 2015 - an in depth article about our Boots of Honor program.

Midlothian Mirror - July 29, 2015 - an article about the impact our Boots of Honor program has had on a specific group of veterans.

Waxahachie Daily Light - July 23, 2015 - an article about the impact our Boots of Honor program has had on a specific group of veterans.


Article on Boots of Honor June 2014


The Paws for Reflection Ranch was featured in the October 2009 publication of the Midlothian NOW Magazine.  The article entitled "A Reflection of Peace" highlights the work of Life Coach Allison Ingels and her three horse partners.
 

The Paws for Reflection Ranch has also been featured in 2 television shows on the Veria Channel of Dish Network.  The healing power of animals is the focus of the show "Two Way Street " - Natural Companions.  Ranch hands demonstrated the many ways that animals can enhance the healing process.  The work of Life Coach Allison Ingels (Horse Medicine for the Soul) is featured on the show "Celebrating Life" - The Art of Living.   Incorporating art and animals in a serene setting offers a unique approach to the healing of the soul. 



Paws for Reflection Ranch is licensed under the Animal Welfare Act
USDA Certificate No. 74-C-0991

Paws for Reflection Ranch is incorporated in the
State of Texas as a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit organization.

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