What Does It Take to Be A Dog Trainer?

Categories: Blog, Humane Education
Each semester, Marin Humane welcomes a group of students into our Student Service Clubs. These animal-loving students spend the semester learning about Marin Humane become animal advocates through their work. Middle and high school students in the Junior and Senior Roots & Shoots clubs develop a community service project to guide their semester. These clubs …

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Emergency Kits for Pet Care Assistance

Categories: Blog, Humane Education
Each semester, the participants in the Roots and Shoots Student Service Club choose a service project to benefit the community. In January, the two clubs decided to create Emergency Kits for the 200 clients in Marin Humane’s Pet Care Assistance Program. The purpose of these emergency kits would be to prepare clients in the event of …

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Meet an Animal Monday: Rabbit

Categories: Humane At Home, Humane Education, Other
Today’s fluffy friend is Julia’s rabbit, Coco! Coco joined Julia’s family in February of 2019. He was adopted from Marin Humane and is happy to have dog and cat siblings to play with. Watch to learn more about Coco and what amazing companion animals rabbits are.

Meet an Animal: Guinea Pigs

Categories: Humane At Home, Humane Education, Other
A lot of people have no idea what these potato-shaped creatures are when they see them. Guinea pigs are not related to pigs and they do not come from New Guinea, but they do make the cutest sounds! Today Carina will tell you everything you need to know about guinea pigs.