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The 411: Youth

Happy Tails brings animal fun to Floresville

Happy Tails brings  animal fun to Floresville
A youngster visits with a lemur, one of the exotic animals that Happy Tails Entertainment offers to teach participants about wildlife.

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Happy Tails Entertainment offers a wide variety of interactive, entertaining, and educational opportunities with some unique animals, including an African porcupine, boa, python, wallaby, lemur, and alpaca.

Happy Tails will present a free event in Floresville on Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 1 p.m. in the Floresville Event Center located at 600 S.H. 97 West in Floresville.

Happy Tails is a licensed and insured wildlife education organization based in Pipe Creek. It takes the animals throughout the Texas Hill Country, providing exotic animals for shows, parties, programs, exhibits, and other events. The group even does specialized classroom presentations and school assemblies. All of the animals have been raised by Happy Tails from birth.

Happy Tails employee Anita is a former SeaWorld animal trainer. With 25 years of field experience, Anita has worked with a wide variety of animals from rats to Beluga whales, and enjoys educating with entertainment.

For more information, call 210-385-4351 or e-mail

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