Kick-off of new programs and activities to save the lives of more dogs and cats at Second Chance Center for Animals announced during National Be Kind to Animals Week. The community is invited to learn about helping homeless animals in three specific areas at Second Chance Center for Animals; Open Paw, a program that turns the shelter into a community education and training center for animals, Orphan Savers Brigade to provide foster care for orphaned and underage puppies and kittens, and a new Enrichment Garden to grow fresh vegetables for chewing and herbs for scent activities for shelter pets while they are waiting for their forever homes. All activities are free to participate in and take place at Second Chance Center for Animals, 11665 N. Highway 89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004.
Open Paw Training – April 30th from 1 to 3 pm
The Open Paw program is designed to teach shelter dogs and cats how to model good behaviors in order to get them adopted, and stay adopted. Volunteers working in the shelter are critical to the success of the program. Basic household manners and friendly behaviors are taught to shelter pets in order to assure their success in the real world. Volunteers will learn Open Paw Level I through IV in this two hour hands-on workshop. Please RSVP by email at email@example.com or calling 928-526-5964.
Orphan Savers Brigade – April 30th from 3 to 5 pm
Paw Placement has partnered with Second Chance to teach the Orphan Savers Brigade workshop. Volunteers will learn the basics about caring for underage puppies and kittens in a foster home environment until they are old enough and healthy enough to be placed into an adoption program. Nursing supplies and detailed instructions will be provided in this seminar. Please RSVP by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 928-526-5964.