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SPCA of Texas' Summer Critter Camp 2017

July 3rd - July 7th 2017

SPCA of Texas Critter Camp 2017 Registration is now open! SPCA of Texas Critter Camp is a wonderful opportunity for children to learn about important values such as kindness and love. Critter Camp also provides the perfect setting for your child to learn more about appropriate animal care during their summer break.

Activities include guest speakers and games as well as opportunities to learn more about the SPCA of Texas and issues in animal welfare. We create an educational fun environment for our campers! This year, Critter Camp is revamped, updated and animal-packed! Weekly Activities at Critter Camp:

• Play with dogs indoors and outside and hang out with the cats in the Cat Condos to provide extra TLC

• Read to dogs and cats

• Learn from our Animal Cruelty Investigations Unit how campers can help spot and report animal abuse

• Make treats for the shelter dogs • Create fun crafts for the animals, including toys for dogs and cats

• See a Spay/Neuter surgery (Optional)

• Plus, enjoy awesome games, crafts, activities, team building and so much more!

Critter Camp sessions are for children between the ages of 8-11. Each weekly session takes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. We do not offer refunds at this time. Our Summer weekly camp is $260 this includes an SPCA of Texas Critter Camp shirt. Extras can be purchased during registration.

Questions about our Camps? Visit the FAQ!  Please call 214.461.1811 or email education@spca.org for more information about the SPCA of Texas Critter Camp 2016. 

Jan Rees-Jones Dallas location
2400 Lone Star Drive
Dallas, TX 75212
(Interstate 30 & Hampton)

Russell H. Perry McKinney location
8411 Stacy Road
McKinney, TX 75070
(Custer & Stacy Rd)

June 5-9 McKinney
June 12-16 Dallas
June 19-23 McKinney
June 26-30 McKinney

July 10-14 Dallas
July 17-21 Dallas
July 24-28 McKinney
July 31-4 McKinney

Aug. 7-11 Dallas
Aug. 14-18 Dallas
Aug. 21-25 McKinney

 

 

 

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