The Animal League’s Humane Education Department provides programs focused on increasing animal compassion and knowledge of pet responsibility, and educating people on the role and services we provide to the community. Every year, we reach over 5,000 children and adults at schools, Boys and Girls Clubs, daycares, libraries, civic clubs, and residential facilities for elderly or disabled throughout our community. Therapy dogs that were once shelter animals play important roles throughout the program. Children adore meeting our animals, learning about animal safety, and listening to the ways the Animal League helps the community.
Please contact us if you are interested in having a Humane Educator visit your facility.
If you are interested in receiving the Humane Education Newsletter (quarterly publication), please submit the form below.
Download our Animal League Humane Education Puzzles — fun for the whole family!