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Be an Animal Rescue Intern – a Jr. EAMT Humane Ed-venture!
Do you have a child who loves animals? Is he or she a fan of the Animal Cops Phoenix TV Show? Would they like to learn first-hand how they can make a difference in their community? Are they thinking about becoming a vet, or animal paramedic, or cruelty investigator when they grow up?

If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then THIS is the Humane Ed-venture day camp for them! Campers will learn from our own animal paramedics and Emergency Animal Rescue Technicians (EAMTs) about the plight of homeless animals in our community and actually work through the steps of a cruelty investigation.

They will be able to see one of our EAMT ambulances and learn about what to do if they see an injured animal on the street. The day will also include a tour of our South Mountain facility, a visit from a local animal rescue organization, and a craft that will reinforce the day’s theme.

This event is geared for boys and girls 8-12 years old and the cost is $35.00 per child. The event will be held this Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 12:00pm to 4:00pm at the AZ Humane Society Campus for Compassion located at 1521 W. Dobbins Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85041. Visit this link for ticket ordering and more information on this fun and informative afternoon! All proceeds benefit The Arizona Humane Society.

Thinking of Adopting a Pet?
Adopting a pet is an extremely rewarding decision, and we’re here to help you pick out the perfect four-legged family member. When you adopt a pet, not only are you adding to your family, you’re saving a life. The Arizona Humane Society has breeds of all sizes, temperaments and energy levels. Oftentimes, dogs are already trained and housebroken, making the transition into yourhome an easy one. All of our pets are waiting to give you their unconditional love and introduce you to the joy of pet ownership.

The Arizona Humane Society is a proud partner of the Alliance For Companion Animals, a group of eight local animal welfare agencies who have teamed up for the “Fix. Adopt. Save.” campaign – a collaborative effort to encourage responsible pet ownership, and to dramatically increase spay/neuter and pet adoption rates in the Valley. Visit this link for additional info and learn how you can make a difference in an animal’s life.

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