Read to Adoptable Animals at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
Exciting new program for children ages five through fifteen to read aloud to adoptable animals at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League.
Whether your children are too young to volunteer on campus and looking for service hours, or you’re looking for a new way to engage your kids, reading to shelter animals is a perfect fit. Not only are the children able to develop their reading skills and boost self-esteem in front of a non-judgmental audience, but it also provides valuable socialization and love to the shelter animals.
In order to participate, readers and parent/guardian must attend an orientation. Parent/guardians must also be present and engaged during all reading sessions. Each reader must be accompanied by an adult.
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During this class, participants will….
- Learn about dog and cat behaviors
- Learn to recognize signs of stress
- Learn to provide a soothing and calming environment for shelter pets
- Engage in practice reading session to review supplies, needs, and rules
After participants have completed the required training, they will be able to sign up for weekly reading sessions.
Readers may spend up to 1 hour, with the opportunity to rotate between animals.
Reading times are held weekly.
If the program is full, please sign up for the waitlist and you will be notified when more spaces become available.
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