Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Dog-Harmony, a dog rescue and education organization in Santa Rosa Beach, announced that it will host a kids’ camp, called Kids & Canines, on March 22 from 1 to 5 p.m. to teach children how to interact with dogs, both in the home and out, and what a dog rescue does.
The funds from the $50 per child camp will go towards the renovation of the nonprofit’s new building.
Children, ages five to 12, will break up into groups and rotate through different stations like dog-toy making, humane education, dog handling and dog-treat making.
All supplies will be provided, and each child will take home what he or she has made.
The camp will take place inside Dog-Harmony’s new building—237 Market Street, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida—which was acquired in early February.
Dog-Harmony is a nonprofit, volunteer-run organization in Santa Rosa Beach whose mission is to reduce the number of unwanted dogs at shelters through education, training, low-cost spay/neuter and micro-chipping.
What makes Dog-Harmony different is that the focus is on training and support before, during and after the dog’s adoption, therefore building healthy, lifelong relationships between them and their humans.
To register, visit Dog-Harmony.org, fill out the registration form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions.
For more information, call (850) 376-4190, visit dog-harmony.org, or visit their Facebook page.