Zoozort Live Animal Programs

Stoughton, WI

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How does your service stand out?

At Zoozort, we use an interactive hands-on approach to teach about natural animal behavior emphasizing habitat, nutrition, conservation,and appreciation - sparking an interest that will last a lifetime. Simply choose the animals that you would like to see and we'll customize a program just for you, making it age appropriate so everyone has a great time. We get children and adults involved by letting them see and touch the animals. It is common knowledge that most people remember what they enjoy; our programs use a positive and fun approach so you do not even realize you are learning, you are simply having a good time with family and friends. It's the perfect combination of fact and fun! We truly believe it is important not only to inform and educate people about animals and the world around us, but it also helps teach empathy and respect. We feel that if one can learn to love, care and respect animals, it is the first step in learning to love, care and respect the people with whom we share our earth.
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Location

Stoughton, WI 53589

Reviews

1 Reviews
  • Cindy B. Oct 24, 2011
    Noelle is just amazing with her animals, and teaching children about them. I have seen 3 of her shows now, and brought my 2 year old granddaughter to one of them. She really gets the kids into her world of animals. I truly believe they all walk away with feeling that they have met a special person, and know much more about exotic animals than they expected. I know I did, and so did the adults that were there I am sure. She has a huge assortment of wonderful animals, and allows everyone to pet them, and gives all a chance for questions. She answers those questions with easy to understand answers. I know she is an asset to Wisconsin and our children.
  • Cindy B. Oct 24, 2011
    Noelle is just amazing with her animals, and teaching children about them. I have seen 3 of her shows now, and brought my 2 year old granddaughter to one of them. She really gets the kids into her world of animals. I truly believe they all walk away with feeling that they have met a special person, and know much more about exotic animals than they expected. I know I did, and so did the adults that were there I am sure. She has a huge assortment of wonderful animals, and allows everyone to pet them, and gives all a chance for questions. She answers those questions with easy to understand answers. I know she is an asset to Wisconsin and our children.

Q&A

How did you get started doing this type of work?
While working as a nursery school teacher, Noelle Tarrant discovered an exciting and safe way for children to imagine and explore the world of animals. Bringing animals into her classroom and then into private homes, she has been a licensed animal educator for over 20 years. Her experience working with children of all ages has given her the ability to capture their attention and maintain an almost story-telling atmosphere with interactive questions and demonstrations. Her enthusiasm about animals is contagious and she loves being able to share her passion for animal welfare with children and adults. You never know where you might see Noelle Tarrant and Zoozort animals. They have appeared on Animal Planet and CNN's Educational Showcase - even Verizon and Nike commercials, and a few magazine ads such as "Sports Illustrated"
What types of customers have you worked with?
Zoozort provides live animal programs for schools, libraries, scout pack meetings, blue and gold dinners, children's expos, fairs, company picnics, company parties, reunions and of course birthday parties. Everybody loves animals, any age.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
You want to make sure the exhibitor is licensed. I am a USDA licensed animal exhibitor and that means that a Veterinarian inspects the animals, where they live, how they are housed, cared for, etc. The UDSA also has it's own inspector that checks to make sure that the animals are being kept up to USDA standards. They make sure the animals are healthy and are properly cared for. The inspector also checks to see where the animals come from. If they are licensed they should be able to provide you with a license number. As well as being licensed to exhibit animals, you should also check to see if they carry insurance.