We maintain a library of educational materials about animal welfare and caregiving, including How-To videos which can be viewed in the comnfort of our visitation room
School Programs Now Available Spaying and Neutering - Why pets should have these operations Solving the huge problem of pet overpopulation can be accomplished if all pet owners take the responsible step of not allowing their companion animals to breed. Puppies and kitties are cute, but not when they are homeless, unwanted and in shelters. This educational program helps children and adults understand the seriousness of pet overpopulation, and the importance of spaying/neutering as the most crucial step to take to save animal lives. For St. Johns County Youth Let's Be Kind to Animals! for Preschoolers
The preschool years are a time of amazing development. During this period, a child's view of the world expands to include family members, friends, pets and wild animal neighbors. More than ever before, preschoolers discover that everyone - including the backyard bird and the family pet - thrives with kindness and respect. It's also a time when habits begin to form, so it's a perfect opportunity to make those habits humane ones. Let us educate your young students with a program that can have a lifelong impact.
To request one of the above Humane Education programs for your youth or adult group, please call 904-829-2737 or email@example.com.
St. Augustine Humane Society | 1665 Old Moultrie Rd. | St. Augustine, FL 32084 PO Box 133, St. Augustine, FL 32085 | phone (904) 829-2737 |firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation: Mon.- Fri. 9:00 to 4:00 Closed for lunch each day 12:30 - 1:30
Open Sat. by appointment only for grooming General Operations Closed: Saturday and Sunday