Are You Ready For Me? Easy going book tells kids what they will have to do to turn their dog into a happy and fun pet and how to care for their pet in the right way.
Part of the "Sit Stay Read" accredited series with humane themes. Ages 5 and up. By Sara Swan Miller. These are just for fun!
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Stories you and any wagging tail will enjoy! Ages 7 and up. So, What's it Like to be a Cat?
By Karla Kuskin. Are cats afraid of the dark?
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Where do they prefer to sleep? What time do cats eat their breakfast? And what do they really think of dogs and people! The award-winning team of Karla Kuskin and Betsy Lewin explore the secret inner lives of felines. Rescue Pup. By Brenda Fiorini. An abandoned pup breaks free only to face many dangers.
Find out if he is rescued. Ages 8 and up.
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No Time For Hallie. By Catherine Hapka. Zach volunteers at his local shelter. Can he and his Pet Rescue Club friends convince his neighbors to keep their older cat since having a new baby? Seuss library shows how it can be difficult to choose a pet and make decisions.
Part of the How Do Dinosaur series , it shows how not to treat a kitty using silly questions, and follows it up with the proper behavior. There is also a dog version available too. Guinea pigs are popular pets both in homes and in classrooms. With beautiful illustrations, this book shows the importance of caring for our pets and not neglecting them. After a rabbit is neglected by its family, a little girl comes along to rescue it, caring for it, and showing it love. Most dogs in the shelter are not suitable for children.
If a dog is available, a volunteer or staff member will accompany the dog.
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In the summer months, children may be able to read to the dogs through the kennels bars. Please be aware the animal's behaviors can be unpredictable. Children under the age of 14 should be supervised by an adult at all times.
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We ask that parents ensure all children interact with the animals in a slow, quiet, and calm manner. A good rule to follow is that your child should let the animal make the first approach.
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Children should never pick up the animals. Animals that the staff have determined to be appropriate have the Tales for Tails logo on their cages. If it is busy in the shelter with visitors, please ask at reception if there is an animal suitable to read to in the Meet and Greet Room. Check in with reception before you leave so your child can enter the monthly draw.
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