Educational Programs

At Greenbrier Humane Society, we strive to promote animal welfare and responsible pet ownership within the community through educational programs.

These programs often include interactive fieldtrips through our facility, and presentations tailored for both children and adults. Topics covered may range from understanding animal behavior and communication to basic pet care, such as grooming, nutrition, and training. Additionally, some programs may focus on specific issues like pet overpopulation, animal cruelty prevention, and the importance of spaying and neutering.

Through these educational initiatives, GHS aims to empower individuals to become compassionate and informed advocates for animals, ultimately fostering healthier and happier relationships between humans and pets.

Interested in touring our facility or us coming to you?

GHS always welcomes classrooms, scout troops, and families to come see our facility! If you would like to come down and take an educational tour, give us a call or email us!

If you can’t make it to our facility but are still interested in GHS staff sharing information with your class, we would love to come see you!

You can contact us at 304-645-4775 or email us at [email protected]