At Wood Green, we’re passionate about pets and want to get people talking about them! For over ten years, we’ve been working in communities with schools,
families and other groups, empowering the pet owners of today and tomorrow with advice about keeping pets happy and healthy.
Our education resources are here to help continue those conversations.
So, whatever your age, your needs, or your audience, we have something to get you talking!
Our fun, family booklets are great for discovering more about pets – and they’re easy to print out too!
If you have children who love pets, these fun pet activities will be sure to entertain them, with the added bonus of learning at the same time! Even if you have no pets in the home, there’s still plenty to get hands-on with.
Find out more about some of the animals we care for with our family-friendly pet fact sheets.
Looking for advice on how to keep children and dogs happy together in the home?
Our new animated video can help! Watch it now for tips on understanding dogs’ behaviour and staying safe around them. It’s not only educational, it’s fun too!
Chickens LOVE the company of other hens and a cockerel, it makes them feel happy and safe so be sure to colour them all so they can keep each other company. Have fun!
Our free, fun, interactive workshops are perfect for getting young people and their families talking about pets. Designed for schools, they can also be adapted for a wide range of audiences. There’s even something for you if your location is outside the areas we are able to travel to.
We rely on the kindness and generosity of our amazing supporters to care for animals at Wood Green. We've got lots of ideas of how you can get involved and lend your support.How you can help
Whilst we can only offer volunteering roles to individuals over 16 years old, there is still plenty that younger supporters can do to make a difference for the animals in our care.
Our animals love playing with homemade toys and snoozing on comfy blankets, which all help make their stay that bit more comfortable. If you would like to get involved and get crafty, here are some ideas: