Humane education is about fostering kindness, respect, and empathy towards all animals. Part of helping children to develop good character is teaching them to treat all animals responsibly and humanely.
Animal abuse and neglect are linked to bullying and family violence, which in turn can lead to cruelty towards animals. Through education we are striving to break this cycle. Contact us for information on shelter tours, classroom visits and ways students can help shelter animals.
We have created 13 lesson plans for use by K-12 teachers. Our online lesson plan units include:
The complete list of lesson units with links to all the units is available on our Humane Education Home Page.
If you make use of our lesson plans, please help us improve by filling in our Humane Education Feedback Form.
There will be up to four $1,000 scholarships awarded each year. These will go to students who:
Application deadline is April 30, 2016. Download an application form.
The Cochrane & Area Humane Society holds fun day camps for kids in grades one through six in the summer as well as during other school holidays throughout the year! Learn more about camping or being a volunteer camp assistant.
Each year we will select a classroom from Cochrane and area whose students worked hard to learn about humane education, raise awareness or fundraise for the shelter and animals in our community.
The recipient will receive:
More information is available on the Animal Shelters and Volunteerism lesson plan page.
For more information email email@example.com or call (403) 932-2072.
We adopted Ry back in January 2016 and she adapted very well to her new home; she is definitely a very spoiled, very loved little girl! Ryder loves being around her people and wins the hearts of everyone she meets. She loves going on outdoor adventures (she is great off-leash) and having play dates with her fur-cousins, but at the end of the day, she loves nothing more than a good snuggle and a belly rub!
We love Ry to bits and are looking forward to our many years together!
Thank you so much for all that you do!