SHS can provide classroom visits on a variety of shelter and pet related topics, including dog bite prevention presentations that are geared towards teaching young students safety with animals.
Contact Jenna Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org for a classroom visit.
Camp Barks N Rec
Each summer the Spokane Humane Society provides children 7 – 9 the chance to attend Camp Barks N’ Rec. Campers learn responsibility and compassion for animals with plenty of play and cuddle time with our dogs, cats, and pocket pets!
Camp Barks N’ Rec is full for 2016! Keep us in mind for next summer.
This years camps will run:
June 20th – 24th
July 18th – 22nd
August 8th – 12th
from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm each day
Visit and Tour the Shelter
Visitors five years and older are invited to an educational presentation and tour of our facility. Tour groups must consist of five or more people.
Tours of the SHS shelter include a cat or dog themed enrichment activity, visiting the cat rooms, dog kennel, and small animal room. Depending on the surgery schedule, a tour may include viewing surgery in progress at our Low Cost Spay Neuter Clinic.
Tours are given between 10 am-4 pm, Monday through Friday. Weekend tours are available on a limited basis and must be booked well in advance. Tour length is between 45 min – 1 hour, depending on the age of the group.
Visitors are encouraged to bring dog and cat treats, and small amounts of leafy lettuce (no iceberg lettuce) for rabbits and other small pets.
Contact Jenna Carroll at email@example.com for a shelter tour.
Pawsitive Works Program
The Spokane Humane Society has teamed up with Eagle Peak School to implement the Pawsitive Works program. Twice a year a handful of SHS dogs participate in this 5 week program. This program is designed to help at-risk youth learn lifelong values of empathy, patience, self-concept, mindfulness, and communication while also improving the dog’s adoptability. Visit www.pawsitiveworks.com to find out more information.