Jenks Animal Welfare dogs take field trip to aquarium
The Oklahoma Aquarium may be closed to the public, but there is still joy happening inside its walls.
Last week, four of Jenks Animal Welfare’s adoptable dogs took a field trip to explore the aquarium. Two Jenks Firefighters, a Jenks Police Officer and a member of Jenks Public Works took a much-needed mental health break to join Emmy, Jasmine, Ginger and Victor around and let them sniff as much as they wanted.
The furry friends took a tour of the Polynesian Reef, the Sea Turtle exhibit, looked at starfish in the touch tanks and walked through the Shark Tunnel.
Due to the pandemic, all adoptions are on hold. However, Jenks Animal Control is still taking all inquiries about adoptable animals in preparation to get them all forever homes once it is safe to do so. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 918-299-6311 option 8 for all inquiries.
The Oklahoma Aquarium continues its “Unstoppable Science Series”, which releases a new video or activity every morning at 9:30.
Live streaming is taking place nearly every day from one of its exhibits, so you can see all the marine life like you are there in person. Follow the Oklahoma Aquarium’s Facebook page to see all the fun.