Horse Assisted Therapy at Paradise Ranch

 Paradise Ranch at 1722 Primrose Path in Las Vegas is shown Wednesday, June 3, 2015. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Paradise Ranch at 1722 Primrose Path in Las Vegas is shown Wednesday, June 3, 2015. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Paradise Rancher owner, Paul Roger's and his 7 year old daughter, Laura Rogers, right, sit in the office at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Paradise Rancher owner, Paul Roger's and his 7 year old daughter, Laura Rogers, right, sit in the office at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Paul Roger's 4 year old son, Alexander Rogers, left, plays with their 10 week old micro-pygme goat, Reina, in the lobby at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015. Reina is being trained to be a therapy goat. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Paul Roger's 4 year old son, Alexander Rogers, left, plays with their 10 week old micro-pygme goat, Reina, in the lobby at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015. Reina is being trained to be a therapy goat. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Paul Roger's 7 year old daughter, Laura Rogers, left, plays with their 10 week old micro-pygme goat, Reina, at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015. Reina is being trained to be a therapy goat. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Paul Roger's 7 year old daughter, Laura Rogers, left, plays with their 10 week old micro-pygme goat, Reina, at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015. Reina is being trained to be a therapy goat. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Leon Duran, volunteer at Paradise Ranch since December 2011 maintains  Jet's feet in the stable at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Leon Duran, volunteer at Paradise Ranch since December 2011 maintains  Jet's feet in the stable at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Buckets of horse waste sit next to the horse stable at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Buckets of horse waste sit next to the horse stable at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Donated boots are made available to Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participants at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Donated boots are made available to Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participants at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Signage is on display in the climate controlled arena at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Signage is on display in the climate controlled arena at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Monday, June 1, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Paul Rogers, owner of Las Vegas' Paradise Ranch, poses with rescue rooster, Captain Hook, who lost his left eye as the result of being exploited as a fighting cock. Monday, June 1, 2015. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Paul Rogers, owner of Las Vegas' Paradise Ranch, poses with rescue rooster, Captain Hook, who lost his left eye as the result of being exploited as a fighting cock. Monday, June 1, 2015. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 From left, Paul Rogers and Sophia Nola Hudig, 7, try on helmets, looking for a proper fit before Hudig rides the horse, Pocahontas, at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's Horse Assisted Therapy program on a scholarship for three years. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

From left, Paul Rogers and Sophia Nola Hudig, 7, try on helmets, looking for a proper fit before Hudig rides the horse, Pocahontas, at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's Horse Assisted Therapy program on a scholarship for three years. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participant, Sophia Nola Hudig, 7, left, and Paul Rogers, owner of Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, take Pocahontas for a trot, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's HAT program on a scholarship for three years. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participant, Sophia Nola Hudig, 7, left, and Paul Rogers, owner of Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, take Pocahontas for a trot, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's HAT program on a scholarship for three years. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participant, Sophia Nola Hudig, 7, left, and Paul Rogers, owner of Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, describe emotions that are shown in a series of photographs, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's HAT program on a scholarship for three years. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participant, Sophia Nola Hudig, 7, left, and Paul Rogers, owner of Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, describe emotions that are shown in a series of photographs, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's HAT program on a scholarship for three years. (Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) program participant Sophia Nola Hudig, right, struggles to follow Paul Roger's instruction to put an item away at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's HAT program on a scholarship for three years.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) program participant Sophia Nola Hudig, right, struggles to follow Paul Roger's instruction to put an item away at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Hudig, who has been diagnosed with autism and ADHD, has been part of the Ranch's HAT program on a scholarship for three years.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

 Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participant Alyssa Budd, 12, brushes horse, Jet, before taking Jet for a ride at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT) participant Alyssa Budd, 12, brushes horse, Jet, before taking Jet for a ride at Paradise Ranch in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 3, 2015.(Jason Ogulnik/Las Vegas Review-Journal)