Spend your school break with pets
The Humane Amigos Camps will give your child a new perspective on caring for animals, preventing animal cruelty, understanding animal behavior, and more. We use a variety of activities that stress an appreciation for our environment and preservation of our natural world: classroom activities, creative and artistic exercises, hands-on animal care, engaging and fun games, and character-building lessons.
Kids and pets get together during Humane Amigos Camps. Campers spend a minimum of 2 hours daily caring for different camp foster animals. These animals may include ball pythons, rabbits, hamsters, rats, guinea pigs, cats, and dogs. Humane Amigos Camps provides children with an in-depth, hands-on education about animal care and the human-animal bond.
Who should come to camp?
The Humane Society’s Humane Amigos Camps are each designed for specific age groups who are interested in the following topics:
Improving the lives of animals
Animal care and animal careers
Responsible pet ownership
Preserving our planet and natural world
Humane Amigos Camps takes place in the Education Center of the Humane Society Southern Arizona, located at 635 West Roger Road, just West of Oracle Road.
The Education Center has air conditioned classroom areas, landscaped grassy yards for animal-related activities, and other excellent facilities. Included in the registration cost are an HSSA name badge, camp t-shirt, prizes, keepsakes, educational information, and a free recognition party.
Humane Amigos Camp Registration
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Scholarships and financial assistance available for all youth programs.
For questions about scholarships please inquire by emailing
Where are the HSSA Classrooms?
If you are visiting HSSA's Education Department, you will want to go to the coral Education building.