Sign up for summer fun and animal info at BC SPCA camps

There’s still time to sign the kids up for summer youth camps offered by the BC SPCA in Surrey and beyond.

Kids have a blast at BC SPCA summer day camps.

There’s still time to sign the kids up for summer youth camps offered by the BC SPCA in Surrey and beyond.

The camps run in July and August, offering the young animal lover in your life a fun, informative way to make new friends and learn how to care for animals.

Campers will play animal-themed games, make crafts, meet animal experts, and welcome guest speakers including the Vancouver Police Dog Squad, Walks ‘n Wags Pet First Aid, and the Hancock Wildlife Foundation, depending on the location.

For an hour each day, campers will interact with friendly cats and small animals, along with some lovable dogs belonging to BC SPCA staff members.

In Surrey, there’s a camp for kids aged 6 and 7 from July 2 to 5.

Camps for children aged 8 to 11 are planned for July 8 to 12, July 15 to 19 and from July 22 to 26.

Those camps run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Register online at www.support.spca.bc.ca/site/calendar.

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