Pawsitive Adventures Animal Camp

CCSPCA’s Pawsitive Adventures Animal Camp is a week-long camp designed for children 8 to 12 years old. At camp, kids learn basic animal care and responsibility for pets, have hands-on experiences with animals, and learn how to be advocates for animals in our community. Additionally, campers will create animal related crafts, make pet treats, listen and learn about animals from guest speakers, and much more!

Camp will be held daily Monday, July 18 thru Friday, July 22, 2016 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. There are only 20 spots open for this year’s camp. Snacks and drinks will be provided.


Pawsitive Adventures Registration




Daily Topics:

  • Monday – Dogs
  • Tuesday – Cats
  • Wednesday – Exotic/Small Animals
  • Thursday – Horses and Livestock
  • Friday – Veterinary Science

Dates:

Monday, July 18, 2016 thru Friday, July 22, 2016

Times:

8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Drop off begins at 7:45 a.m. Pick up is promptly at noon.
We do offer extended times for an additional fee per day.

Extended Care Times:

7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fee: $15/day

Where:

Central California SPCA Education Building
103 S. Hughes Ave.
Fresno, CA 93706

Ages:

8 to 12 years old

Space:

20 campers MAX

Cost:

$160 per child
Extended Care Time – $15 per day per child

How:

By clicking on the Paypal “Buy Now” button, you’ll be redirected to Paypal to pay online for camp. As soon as you finish with payment, it will redirect you to a camp registration form. After registering for camp, you will be sent a confirmation email with detailed information. Checks are also acceptable if made out to Central California SPCA and can be dropped off in person at the Education/Volunteer department located at 103 S. Hughes Ave., Fresno, Ca 93706.

Contact:

education@ccspca.com
559-233-0115


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What time does camp begin and end?
Drop off begins at 7:45 a.m., and pick up is promptly at 12 p.m. every day.

How old should my child be?
The minimum age for camp is 8 years old. Your child must meet the age requirement at the beginning of the camp session.

What should my child wear to camp?
Children are required to wear/bring long pants and closed-toe shoes in order to work with the shelter animals. Please keep in mind, capris are not long pants. Your child should also wear a CCSPCA Pawsitive Adventures Animal Camp t-shirt. One t-shirt is included in the cost of camp and will be issued on the first day of camp. You may also purchase additional t-shirts at registration checkout, or on-site at camp, for $15.00 per shirt. We suggest you buy extra shirts. Part of the proceeds from each shirt purchase is dedicated to helping the animals in our care. Adult shirt sizes are available, but may have to be ordered.

Is my child going to be working hands on with shelter animals?
Yes. Your child will be working hands-on with shelter animals. All of the dogs that are approved for camp have undergone a behavioral assessment with our Behavior and Training team. Please contact the Humane Education Department at education@ccspca.com for more information.

What should my child bring to camp?
Campers should bring bottled water or sports drink. We will provide a snack each day. If your child has specific food requirements, please provide a snack as well.

What if my child has a disability or has to take medications?
We may be able to reasonably accommodate activities if your child requires assistance due to a disability. If your child has a disability that could impede the safety of the animals, the child, or other children attending camp, please inform the Humane Education Department prior to registering for camp. Many disabilities can be accommodated, but there are a few situations that cannot. If your child has a disability, please talk with our Humane Educator about what accommodations we can provide.

Regarding medication, parents need to send instructions with their child along with their medications and discuss the dispensing process with our Humane Educator in advance. We have a refrigerator and locked container to keep medications safe. We do not have a nurse onsite.

For the safety of the campers and the animals, please inform the Humane Education Department of any disabilities, illnesses, or medications that could affect your child at camp.

My child has allergies. Can he attend camp?
If your child has any severe allergies, including nut allergies, please contact the Humane Education Department to discuss available options.

Are there refunds if I have to cancel my camp registration?
Refunds will be provided if notice is given three weeks before the start date of the session in which your child is enrolled. There will be a 10% processing fee for any cancellation.

What happens when I register for camp online?
Upon online registration, a confirmation packet will be emailed to you.