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Shelter Tours

The Humane Society offers shelter tours for school groups and other community groups (church groups, scout troops, day care centers, camps, etc.). Tour groups are engaged in an age-appropriate humane education lesson and are taken on a tour of the shelter where they will see all of our adoptable animals.

To schedule a tour, please call 954-266-6848.

Who

Shelter tours are available for school groups and other community groups (church groups, scout troops, day care centers, camps, etc.).

What

Tour groups are engaged in an age-appropriate humane education lesson and are taken on a tour of the shelter where they will see all of our adoptable animals.

 

When

Visitors MUST be at least 5 years in age. Tours typically last 1 – 1 ½  hours. Tours are held Monday through Friday beginning at 11:00 a.m. with the last tour starting at 5:00 p.m.

Details

Tours are free for non-profit groups, but a $75 fee is required for for-profit agencies to book a tour. Tour groups should consist of at least 5 but no more than 25 children.

To schedule a tour, please call 954-266-6848.

 

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