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WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF EDUCAZOO!

Animation and education services with domestic and exotic animals for all types of events

Éducazoo is first and foremost a sanctuary for domestic and exotic animals. Opting for Éducazoo is a way to promote animal welfare. Thank you for contributing to our heartfelt mission!

Missions / Goals

  • Educate and increase awareness so that everyone acts responsibly towards animals
  • Provide opportunities to come into contact with many different species of domestic and exotic animals in a safe environment

Our animals 

Our refuge is home to more than 90 different species for a total of over 500 animals. 95% of our animals are rescues.

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OUR TEAM

Educazoo is made up of a team of more than 30 passionate animators and a fleet of 13 vehicles ready to meet with you anywhere in the Province of Quebec.

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TV Reports

Educazoo has been featured many times on television. You can follow our explorers on screen.

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Our team
Animator during animation

Permits

A word to wise parents and educators
For the welfare of animals and the safety of your children when planning events involving animals, we suggest you keep in mind the obligation for animators to hold the following permits.

COMPULSARY PERMITS

  • Permit from the Ministry of Forests, Wildlife and Parks
  • Permit to hold animals in captivity
  • Permit to exhibit animals

OTHER OBLIGATIONS SAFETY AND WELFARE MEASURES

  • We hold public liability insurance
  • Our Exotic Animal Veterinarian is Dr. Manon Tremblay
  • We have ties with Environment Canada for items seized by CITES
  • A permit from the Canada Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to keep and work with giant snails from Madagascar

NOTES

  • To animate public events with exotic animals. The holder of these permits must ensure that animals are in good health and that the conditions of their captivity are beyond reproach.
  • Items seized by CITES were the fruits of poaching (ivory, python skins, furs, marine turtle shells…) We present these items provided to us by CITES during our animations in order to increase young people’s awareness of the importance of animal conservation.