To conquer the “there’s nothing to do” summertime blues, Helen Woodward Animal Center has created a free animal-themed book list just for kids, featuring over 70 book titles for your junior animal-lover.
An adorable teacup pig, named Sherlock Hams, epitomizes the reason why families and individuals should always research pet adoption options to see if a specific pet is right for them.
Helen Woodward Animal Center is very excited to welcome Summer Critter Camp’s two newest animal ambassadors: Kuzco and Kronk. Kuzco and Kronk are two alpacas vacationing with the Center all summer long!
Summer is right around the corner and there’s no better time to unite the love of animals with sun-soaked activities. Helen Woodward Animal Center offers terrific, animal-themed, family activities along with the added bonus of giving back to the pets we love.
On May 13, 2014, when the Bernardo Fire threatened Helen Woodward Animal Center, over 400 animals were safely evacuated in less than three hours, all thanks to the help of dozens of volunteers, local businesses and organizations.
This summer, get outside with this fun recycled craft idea: upcycled glitter paper! This recycled craft turns old, unwanted newspaper into homemade glittery craft paper – and any child can do it!
Wiggles is a spirited Chihuahua, whose reconstructed spine and knees verge on supernatural. Once considered a potential invalid, Wiggles the “RoboDog” is flying high with her bionic bits and is ready to find her “super human” forever family!