March Break Camp

Pawsitively Pets encourages all children to explore their love of pets and animals. Working with animals is not only a great learning experience for children, it allows them to build confidence, self-esteem and a sense of compassion and enhances their imagination and interest in learning about science and nature.  Our wonderful team of rescue animals will take your child on an educational learning adventure, bring camp fun, and learning to life!

Pawsitively Pets offers camp programs for campers 4-12 years old over the March Break.  Under the Ministry of Education guidelines all campers MUST be 4 years old as of the first day of camp to attend our programs.

March Break Camp is available for both the public school and private school March Break in Toronto.  Ottawa offers March Break camp for the public school March Break Camp week.

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Little Lambs: Campers 4-5 years old. Program available in Toronto ONLY – Leaside & Swansea Town Hall locations:  Pawsitively Pets allows children to explore their love of animals through a hands-on program that incorporates animals, creativity, games and arts in a fun, engaging age-appropriate programs. The Little Lambs camp program focuses on allowing children to explore a variety of animals through hands-on interaction and learning. The Little Lambs Program is designed for children 4 to 5 years old to attend independently for a full-day or half-day.  Children should be comfortable attending a program without their parent or caregiver to register for this program and fully toilet trained.  The program focuses on sensory awareness, tactile stimulation, refining motor skills and enhancing each child’s imagination. Over March Break camp is available in 2, 3, 4 or 5 day sessions.  Staff/Leader to camper ratio for Little Lambs is 1 staff to 6 campers.  Please see the link below for locations, dates and pricing, and discount opportunities.  

Animal Doctors:  Campers 6-8 years old – Program available at the Leaside, Swansea Town Hall locations in Toronto & Ottawa location . NEW PROGRAM!  This exciting and engaging program has been designed to get kids excited about a career with animals. Exploring animals around the world, ranging from pets, wild animals and aquatic animals. How do they survive in the wild and how are they cared for in captivity?  We will get up close and personal with the animals, learning about their care, and general health and well-being.  We will explore the different types of veterinary medicine and careers in the animal world.   The program will introduce basic anatomy and similarities in species, bathing and grooming, clicker training, enrichment exercises and more.  This program will allow your “want-to-be” a vet one day to have a look into the veterinary world and prepare for our Vet Explorers and Mini Vet camp in the future.  As with all our camps the focus of the program is as much hands-on interaction with the animals as possible each day. Over March Break camp is available in 2, 3, 4 or 5 day sessions.  Staff/Leader to camper ratio for Animal Doctors is 1 staff to 8 campers.  Please see the link below for locations, dates and pricing, and discount opportunities.

Vet Explorers:  Campers 9-11 years old – Program available at the Leaside, Swansea Town Hall locations in Toronto & Ottawa location . NEW PROGRAM!  A wild adventure learning about animals around the world.  The program will let campers learn the basics of a career in veterinary medicine or being a veterinary technician.  We will learn to take a patient history, scrub-in, complete a basic pet exam, and take part in many hands-on animal programs.  The program will link back the key elements of what do you learn in school and how the different subjects are important to a career in veterinary medicine.  Find out the STEM components for grades 4-7 and relate to each as to why they learn them.
This program introduces the basics of anatomy and procedures to campers, allowing them to “work” as a veterinarian or veterinary technician during their time at camp.   This program will allow your “want-to-be” a vet one day to have a look into the veterinary world and prepare for our Mini Vet camp in the future.  This program builds off the Animal Doctor program and allows for an advanced age-appropriate investigation of animal health and wellness.   As with all our camps the focus of the program is as much hands-on interaction with the animals as possible each day. Over March Break camp is available in 2, 3, 4 or 5 day sessions.  Staff/Leader to camper ratio for Vet Explorers is 1 staff to 9 campers.  Please see the link below for locations, dates and pricing, and discount opportunities.

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