Youth and Teen Programs

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GIRL SCOUT PROGRAMS

Lollypop Farm is excited to offer brand new Scout workshops. Each workshop includes a unique, hands on, behind-the-scenes experience.


Pet First Aid and CPR

Pet First Aid and CPR

This class will provide youth and teens, ages 12 to 16 years, with lifesaving skills to help protect furry family members.

Register for both Pet First Aid and CPR for Teens and Paw Pals: Pet Sitters in Training to receive $10 off the total cost of registration.


Pet Sitters in Training

Paw Pals: Pet Sitters in Training

Interested in becoming a pet sitter?  This course helps prepare youth and teens, ages 12 to 16 years,  to provide safe reliable care for household pets.

Register for both Pet First Aid and CPR for Teens and Paw Pals: Pet Sitters in Training to receive $10 off the total cost of registration.



Service Learning Saturdays Program

If you’re in grades 6-12, join us at Lollypop Farm for an active day of service to help us go above and beyond enriching the lives of animals at the shelter.



Junior Camp Counselor Volunteer Program

The junior camp counselor volunteer program is a great way for teens to gain valuable job experience working with children and animals in an education environment. Teens ages 15-17 accepted to the program will assist Lollypop Farm camp staff in providing fun and engaging week-long sessions of camp to children in grades K – 9.


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Tours of the Lollypop Farm Campus

Lollypop Farm guided tours are available for all ages. Our guides will escort you around the campus while sharing information about our history, the animals we care for, and our community programs and services.


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BOOK BUDDIES

A great opportunity for your children to practice their reading skills while helping our cats socialize while waiting for adoption. Plus, our cats are great listeners!


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Animal Tales Story Time

Join us for Animal Tales Story Time hosted every Friday at 11:30 am. Books are selected for those preschool and primary age but all are welcome!


Art Show

Be Kind To Animal Art Show

Be Kind to Animals Week, May 5th – 11th, is just around the corner, and we need your help! Children, kindergarten through 8th grade, are invited to get creative and help us spread the word about being kind to pets in our community. Artwork will be shown around the Lollypop Farm main campus shelter for visitors (and pets) to admire and enjoy during Be Kind to Animals Week.

Learn more about participating in the Be Kind to Animals Art Show.


Questions?
Contact the Humane Education Department at (585) 223-1330 x173 or by email.