Camp Arf - Spring 2015

Camp ARF (description is the same for both dates):
Looking for a fun, meaningful spring break experience for your kindergartner to 5th grader? ARF's Spring Multi-Day Camp is perfect for young animal lovers eager to learn more about animal care while building compassion for our furry friends. Campers will explore ARF's shelter, spend time with ARF's therapy animals, play animal-themed games and get creative with critter crafts.

Camp ARF 3/30-4/3; $50-$215
Camp ARF 4/6-4/10; $50-$215

$50 per day or $215 for all five days.

Dogs and Diapers:
Being pregnant is an exciting time. It means a lot of changes for you and for your dog.
Your dog has probably been the baby for a long time. From diapers to blinky, squeaky toys to crying in the night, your dog's world is going to be turned upside down.

Working together, we make sure that both you and your dog are ready for baby to come home by:
Setting rules appropriate for both dog and babyPreparing you and your dog for baby's grand entrance. Tuning up your dog's obedience for baby friendly walks, feedings, changing times and baths. As a mom of a two year old, Lindsey understands the needs of new parents. She has all kinds of tips and tricks to successfully integrate your dog into life with the new baby!
One additional family member is welcome to attend as a guest.
Please do not bring your dog to this class.

Dogs & Diapers Workshop 4/16; $30

Pet First Aid:
Session 1: Pet CPR, Preventative care, First Aid kit essentials, Capture and restraint techniques, Recognizing poisons

Session 2: Review session 1 First Aid for injuries and sudden illness

Fees:$65 per student (includes two class sessions, class practice kit and book)
$35 for each additional family member (includes two class sessions and practice kit)
Trainer:Cindy Sevilla, Red Cross Certified Instructor
Student age minimum:16 (Students under 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult.)
This class takes place on two consecutive Thursday evenings,April 23rd and April 30thfrom 7pm - 9pm. You will receive class practice kit and first aid book on the first evening.

Pet First Aid 4/23 and 4/30; $65

About ARF:
ARF saves dogs and cats who have run out of time at public shelters and brings people and animals together to enrich each others lives. ARF strives to create a world where every loving dog and cat has a home, where every lonely person has a companion animal, and where children learn to care.

Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) is a national leader in the animal welfare industry co-founded by Elaine and Tony La Russa in 1991. Headquartered in Walnut Creek, California, the nonprofit receives no government funding and is an accredited four-star charity. ARF couples a core focus onanimal rescue with innovative programs strengthening the human-animal bond for children, seniors, veterans, and people in disadvantaged circumstances, allowing them to experience the unconditional love and acceptance of dogs and cats.Learn more at

Please contact Ashley at with any questions!


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