Sat, Feb 01 | San Antonio Academy

Pet Vet

Ages: 5 – 10 years old | Tuition: $55 | Instructor: John MacLaren Students practice working with all the tools a good veterinarian needs: thermometer, stethoscope, bandages, and even office supplies, signs and forms. Look at x-rays, and study the anatomy of each animal; learn how to care for them!
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Pet Vet

Time & Location

Feb 01, 2020, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
San Antonio Academy, 117 E French Pl, San Antonio, TX 78212, USA

About the Event

 This is a great beginner medical science class for young children. Participants will receive a set of four pet animals (cuddly, stuffed ones): a cat or a dog, a fish, a bird, and a snake. Make and decorate a pet habitat. Then, practice working with all the tools a good veterinarian needs: thermometer, stethoscope, bandages, and even office supplies, signs and forms. Look at x-rays, and study the anatomy of each animal; learn how to care for them. At craft time, decorate a water bowl and assemble 3-D models. Mr. MacLaren will teach you fascinating facts about veterinary medicine, and you can even take home a tiny pet cricket that sings for you! 

 Ages: 5 – 10 years old 

Tuition: $55 

Instructor: John MacLaren 

 To inquire about availability, please call Michele Cummins at 733.7331 ext.210 or email her at mcummins@sa-academy.org

Registration is Closed

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