Our aim is to help improve the wellbeing of people and animals worldwide. However, any activities with animals comes with risks, especially so because animals are unpredictable.
You need to decide if you are willing to put yourself in situations where you are going to be dealing with unpredictable creatures and deal with any arising consequences.
Also please note that we are absolutely not responsible for any injuries or damage you may do to yourself or others, animal or human, through any involvement in these linked sites.
• Seek medical advice before starting an exercise programme and if you are contemplating a holiday, take medical advice if you have any specific medical conditions or if you are very unfit.
• Ensure that you have an up-to-date tetanus vaccination record when being active with animals. Scratches & bites come with the territory, especially if you are volunteering
• Wash your hands after touching animals and before touching & eating food or drink
Be prepared for animals to do the most
unexpected things to you & your property!
Be aware that you should check attractions are open before visiting. They may need to close last minute due to circumstances beyond their control. As we said, animals, wildlife & nature are unpredictable.
Remember that the amount of contact you have and exactly what sort of contact you can have with animals depends on each and every occasion. We cannot guarantee how much that will be, nor can we guarantee that animals will appear for you to see them! Common sense must prevail in each and every occasion.