Classroom animals are those that live in DCHS's education classroom. They get to meet all kinds of people at the different events they participate in, from tours of the shelter to visiting classrooms and community events!
Ranger Jake the Snake
Ranger Jake is a male adult corn snake who was surrendered to DCHS because his previous owners were unable to care for him. We saw how nice he was and decided he was a great snake to use for education! He loves meeting new people and teaching them that snakes can be friendly and are an important part of the ecosystem!
Spike the Bearded Dragon
Spike is a female adult bearded dragon who was donated to DCHS's classroom. She enjoys laying under her warm heat lamps and snacking on fresh lettuce. Spike likes to go to schools and other events to teach the public about reptiles!
Star and Stella the Rats
Star and Stella are female fancy rats that came into the shelter and were up for adoption. Star is dark grey and white and loves to sit on your shoulder. Stella is light grey and white and is always on the move. Rats make really great pets and these girls are a joy for campers and visitors alike!
Gizmo the Guinea Pig
Gizmo is a male albino American satin guinea pig who was surrendered to DCHS and is very curious. He loves to be held and help teach kids how to care for an animal!
Most photos were taken by an awesome Camp Pawprint camper. Thank you Destiny!