Programs and Services 

HUMANE EDUCATION

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.

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Pets Lifeline's Animal Kingdom
3rd-6th grades
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:

  1. Savannah food webs and animal adaptations;

  2. Jungle/rainforest: studying the layers of the rainforest and which animals live in which environments;

  3. Native species week: native animals in their natural environment; what we can do to preserve habitat;

  4. 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. 

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Pets Lifeline's Art Camp
3rd-6th grades
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. 

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