Programs and Services
Humane Education at Pets Lifeline is a program where children are taught about the rights and needs of pet animals. This is done through virtual and in-person program developed with Covid safe protocals.
Pets Lifeline's Animal Kingdom
Nov. 18–Dec. 9, 2:00pm–4:30pm
Instructors: Danielle Smith and Lynette Lyon
Each week will feature a different wildlife topic and animals from Lyon Ranch. Topics include:
Savannah food webs and animal adaptations;
Jungle/rainforest: studying the layers of the rainforest and which animals live in which environments;
Native species week: native animals in their natural environment; what we can do to preserve habitat;
Going on a safari: a guest wildlife photographer will discuss how to reduce impacts of photography on wildlife, guides for areas and means of travel, native peoples, and items required for specific travel regions.
Pets Lifeline's Art Camp
Nov. 22–Dec. 20, 9:00am–11:30am
Instructors: Danielle Smith & Maria Kraft
[THIS SESSION OF ART CAMP HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT.]
A two and a half hour arts and crafts session each Sunday. Activities will be animal related.