Summer Educational Program:
Cavy Savvy 101: A Guinea Pig Care Taking Class
Please join the expert volunteers at Piggie Poo for an amazing program full of creative, hands on opportunities to learn and love guinea pigs.
Camp is Scheduled for: Fridays 6/16, 6/23, 7/17 & 7/21 (9 am to noon)
Pre-Registration is Required: Click HERE
Cost: $30 per camper per session or all 4 sessions for $100
Best for: Adults & kids 9+
2017 Upcoming Camp Sessions:
Have a blast making curriculum based craft projects to take home!
Part 1: 6/16 Feeding 101 "What do I feed this Cavy?"
Part 2: 6/23 Social Life 101: "What does that squeak mean?" PLUS
The Guinea Pig Dating Game
Part 3: 7/17 Enrichment 101: "Housing for Happiness", PLUS
Breeds/History of Guinea Pigs
Part 4: 7/21 Grooming 101 & General Health Care
Piggie Poo's summer educational program is a hands on, interactive and creative program where expert volunteers teach students comprehensive cavy husbandry techniques.
Students make a creative and fun craft project based on that class's curriculum. Projects will be announced on Facebook and through our newsletters the week before camp.
Camp has a minimum participation of 4 students is limited to 10 people, adults and children over 9 years of age. Pre-registration is required to reserve your space. Printed materials as well as the craft project are available to take home.
Each camp session is approximately 3 hours, from 9 am to noon.
This page especially is a constant work in progress.
Please check back often for updates.
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Feeding Your Pet Guinea Pig:
Housing for Health & Happiness:
General Health Care:
Humane Education Matters
As part of our commitment to provide unlimited guidance to the public at large and to ensure the expansion of qualified caregivers, Piggie Poo Rescue is dedicated to providing a variety of educational programs and services to everyone in the guinea pig community.
Humane education helps strengthen the bond of between caretakers and their pets, thereby reducing the number of animals surrender to shelters and private rescue groups.
If your guinea pig is sick or injured,
go to the Vet!
Do not wait for a Volunteer to get back with you! We are NOT Vets and Time is of the Essence!
See our contact us page for our Vet referral,
Dr. K at Dove Valley Animal Hospital.