Dog Days in the Desert Summer Programs
Dog Days in the Desert provides children with in-depth, hands-on education about animal care and the human-animal bond. Our curriculum-based activities require a high level of participation from the enrolled children. Participants will enjoy a variety of classroom activities, creative and artistic exercises; hands-on animal care and character-building lessons that will stimulate their minds and their consciousness.
During Dog Days summer programs, children will be divided up by age groups and topics will vary depending on the group for which they are registered. Topics will include but are not limited to, New Pet Ownership and Responsibility, Animal Handling and Bite Safety, Kindness and Compassion, Pet Adoption Promotions, Domestication of Cats and Dogs, Native Wild Animal Habitat and Ecology, Building Pet Living Areas and Careers.
Dates of 2014 Summer Programs:
Contact info for staff: Inge Koopman-Leyva (520) 321-3704, ext. 142, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. , fax (520) 382-2994
Limited scholarships may be available. Please do not register online if you are interested in a scholarship! Please call (520) 321-3704, ext. 142, for more information.