Humane Education Program
Shelter tours are a great way to learn more about the role of the
An interactive educational discussion with a focus on:
- An introduction to the
shelter Kent County SPCA
- How to be a responsible pet owner
- Pet overpopulation and the importance of spay and neuter
- How kids can help the animals in their community
- Meet some of the amazing animals and learn their stories
We offer a variety of different topics for school presentations depending on the ages of the students. A detailed presentation can be tailored to fit any need you may have. Educating today’s youth about respect and animal safety is our goal and we are happy to be able to provide a fun experience. A school visit will include canine partners if desired.
Please call 302-698-3006, ext 120 to schedule a shelter tour or school presentation. We ask that this be done 2-4 weeks in advance. Tours are provided free of charge; however, monetary and in-kind donations are always appreciated. Groups must make appropriate arrangements for individuals with allergies.
Day camps are offered at Spring Break and again during the summer for kids aged 8-14 to learn about our organization, its responsibilities in the community and about the animals we care for. Kids will be able to interact with shelter animals and go on field trips to local animal/agricultural sites. For more information about our camps, check our website or call 698-3006, 134 to speak to our