Boy Scout Merit Badge Skill Center
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Hey Boy Scouts! Do you wanna have fun earning a merit badge while hanging with a bunch of dogs? Join us at the Humane Society of Missouri as we sniff through all the requirements needed to earn your Dog Care Merit Badge! Unleash your creativity and have a howling good time meeting our shelter dogs all while learning facts about first aid, tips on being a terrific pet parent, tricks on training and even how-to’s concerning rescuing dogs! What better way to learn about various breeds than to stroll through our male and female wings, getting up close and personal with the many pooches here who are waiting to meet their new families!? Earning a merit badge has never been this much fun and we’re sure you’ll give it “two-paws up”! Scoop up some fun stuff to take home too!
Meet your Dog Care merit badge requirements while having FUN!
Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 9am-Noon
Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 9 a.m.-noon.
Humane Society of Missouri Headquarters
Classroom (lower level)
1201 Macklind Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
Earn your Dog Care Merit Badge, have fun and gather potential life-saving information that will truly make you any dog’s best friend!
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Three hours of fun and help with your merit badge will only cost you
$15 per person at the door and the cost covers the program, a grand tour of our shelter and vet med center, as well as all materials and handouts.
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There are 9 requirements for this badge, 6 of which can be signed off in the workshop that day. Due to the nature of requirements # 4, 5 and 8 you must complete these on your own. If you do # 4 and #5 prior to the workshop and bring your documentation with you to the workshop, I can sign off on everything that day and you are done!
Although you are not required to have a dog to attend this workshop, you must have one to complete requirement numbers 4 and 5. We have had many Boy Scouts attend who are considering adopting a dog and want to find out more about the responsibilities and care required before they get a dog. You can always attend the workshop and then complete the last two requirements in the future when you do add a canine family member to your pack.
When you are ready to expand your pack, please consider giving a dog the second chance he/she so deserves by adopting from a local shelter, animal control facility or breed rescue group where there are thousands of homeless animals just waiting to find their loving forever homes.
Are you interested in helping homeless animals in another way? Consider organizing a donation drive prior to attending this workshop and collect new or gently used towels, stuffed animals (cage buddies), blankets, linens of any kind, pet toys, peanut butter and treats.