The Inland Valley Humane Society
offers presentations emphasizing kindness, compassion and respect for all
animals. Each presentation is approximately 30 minutes and is customized to fit
the unique needs of students, teachers and the school/organization. Each
presentation discusses the role IVHS plays in our community, why pet adoption
is important and one topic listed below. Two presentation topics can be booked
for a full hour presentation. We continue to develop programs to meet the needs
of our community, so if you have a different presentation in mind, please
contact us to see what might be arranged.
Children learn about how to care for pets in Be Kind to Animals Week 1954.
try very hard to honor all requests but due to the number of requests, it is
not always possible. Two to three weeks notice for any presentation is recommended
and very much appreciated. If you are interested in scheduling a speaker
to visit your school or group, please click here.
Be Dog Smart
Children are the number one victims
of dog bites! This lesson will teach students all the basics to keep them safe
around family pets as well as strays.
Help Me Get Home
This presentation teaches students
the importance of pet identification and what to do in the event a pet gets
This lesson teaches students about
caring for a pet. Students will learn how to be a responsible “pet parent” by
identifying all the things that pets need to be healthy and happy.
lesson teaches students about the tragedy of pet overpopulation and the
importance of spaying and neutering, adopting from the shelter, and making a
lifetime commitment to their pet.
presentation introduces students to jobs and careers in the animal care and
rescue industry. Please book your presentation early in the school year to