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PetSet Youth Club

Is your child looking for a way to become more involved with animals and the issues that affect them? Is he or she always looking for an opportunity to learn more about pets?

PetSet Youth Club is perfect for students in grades 5-7 who want to take a closer look at animal welfare issues currently affecting our shelter and community. Through hands-on activities and discussions, humane educators lead sessions on topics such as standards in the pet food industry, pros and cons of gift adoptions, how to help urban wildlife and much, much more!  PetSet provides kids the opportunity to be around other kids with the same passion for animals as themselves, with lots of fun mixed in.

Fall 2016 Registration now open!

Membership to PetSet is $75 per semester and includes:

  • All materials needed for crafts, projects, or activities
  • A PetSet Youth Club t-shirt


PetSet Youth Club meets twice a month from 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Woodbury, Fall 2016: 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month starting September 20 through December 20, 2016.

Golden Valley, Fall 2016 - Wednesday group: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month starting September 21 through December 21, 2016 at our Golden Valley shelter.

Golden Valley, Fall 2016 - Thursday group: 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month starting September 15 though December 15, 2016 at our Golden Valley shelter. Please note the October 20 session will move to October 27 to accommodate local school closures.

PetSet is an ongoing program but members must register for one semester at a time. The registration fee for each semester is $75. Space is limited, and memberships are available on a first-come, first-served basis. New members are welcome any time! Members joining after the first meeting will pay a prorated registration fee.

Register today!

Please note: PetSet Youth Club is not a “junior volunteer” program. While some animal time will be included in most club meetings, participants should not expect to spend significant time with animals waiting for adoption. Animal time may also include meeting and learning about non-shelter animals, such as service dogs or therapy animals.