One of OC Animal Care’s missions is to promote life and to promote adoption, one of the ways we can do this is promoting awareness in our communities, starting with its youngest members! This program is designed for Pre-School to 6th Graders with the purpose of promoting pet adoption and teaching responsible pet ownership. Activities and resources provided are intended to reinforce the information in the presentation.
This presentation can be tailored for both children and adult groups. This presentation covers the daily functions of the animal shelter, the types of programs and services offered and the ways that community members can get involved. This presentation is designed to educate our community about our shelter and to encourage community involvement.
Careers in Animal Care & Control
This program is primarily for older students or young adults who are beginning to think about a career. The program includes a presentation on career opportunities in OC Animal Care: Animal Control Officer Trainee, Kennel Attendant I, Registered Veterinarian Technician and Customer Service and Community Outreach Representatives. Each of these careers care highlighted for its specific duties and responsibilities as well as education requirements needed to apply.
This program is designed for children ages 4-10 and is an overview of careers in Animal Care. Children are exposed to the variety of individuals that provide care for animals in our shelter and in our communities. Activities and resources are provided to help reinforce concepts taught during this program. of ways that Children learn more about these heroes and the work they do!!
Dog Bite Prevention
This class is designed for young children up to adult age groups. Information presented includes: types of aggressive behavior observed in dogs, steps to take to protect and stay safe when confronted by an aggressive dog, and ways to prevent being bit by a dog. Work booklets are provided for students 6-11 years old.
Animal Laws & Regulations
Information provided in this presentation covers the laws and regulations pertaining to domestic animals. Topics include: proper animal restraint, dog licensing, private property and nuisance complaints.
For more information on Presentations & Programs, please contact the Public Education Office at 714-796-6426 or by email.
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