Larimer Humane Society is pleased to offer valuable humane education presentations, shelter tours, scout programs and fun activities for adults, teens and kids. Our goal is to educate our community on the responsible care and treatment of animals in our homes, neighborhoods and adjoining lands so we can humanely co-exist with our wild kind friends, learn about animals in need, and properly care for our pets.
If you are a classroom teacher, school principal, scout leader, or service club representative, we encourage you to read about our humane education programs and sign up for a presentation today!
Class and Community Presentations
Larimer Humane Society is excited to offer educational presentations to schools, scouts and seniors, as well as community and faith-based organizations. Our humane education presentations closely align with our mission, which is to promote and provide information on the responsible care and treatment of animals, and center around teaching others to value, respect and care about the animals residing in our community, both domestic and wild.
We are pleased to present informative lessons on a wide range of topics related to the humane care and treatment of companion animals (i.e. dogs, cats, small mammals) and information on how to peacefully co-exist with Colorado wildlife. Sample topics include responsible pet ownership, animal behavior and bite prevention, spay/neuter/pet overpopulation, careers with animals, among others. For a complete list of our current presentations, see the tab in our Education section entitled "Presentation Topics".
We do not charge a fee for our presentations, however, we do ask that each participant consider a donation to support our lifesaving work, or perhaps provide an item from our Wish List.