Future Veterinarian Program
9am-2pm (5 full days)
$250 per child, must be entering 10th-12th grade (max 10 participants)
Are you interested in...
The humane treatment of animals?
Learning skills needed to become a veterinarian?
Learning about animal-related career options?
If the above applies to you, our Future Veterinarian Program sounds perfect for you!
This is an educational program designed to develop the technical skills needed in the veterinary profession. Participants are youth who have a sincere interest in all animals, especially companion animals. They share an eagerness to learn more about animal care and the function of the Companion Animal Alliance in our community. Applicants must have completed the ninth grade and will enter either the 10th, 11th or 12th grade in the fall of 2019.
Participants will cover topics including proper care and handling of pets, pet diseases, pet first aid and CPR, anatomy, and more. Working with our camp interns and instructors, participants will assist in shelter rounds in the morning, will have the opportunity to observe spay and neuter surgeries, and will complete anatomy dissections.
Camp curriculum designed by certified science educator. Non-refundable deposit of $50 due within 10 days of completing registration form; deposits must be paid in person (cash, check, or credit card) at 2550 Gourrier Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70820. If camper must cancel, any payments in excess of deposit will be refunded as long we have greater than 10 days notice before camp start date. Campers should bring a bag lunch daily, with the exception of the last day.
You can register here: 2019 CAA Camp Registration
Questions? Contact Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org.