Some of our most asked questions and answers.
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What makes Tiny Tails to You in-person petting zoos different?
We have a unique, organized, and safe setup where children sit comfortably on one of our stools with a mat on their lap. Guests get to hold and snuggle our animals in a calm and controlled environment where the focus is on the safety of the animals.Learn More
Can I tip the petting zoo staff member?
Yes, our staff appreciate gratuity. We split them among all the staff members that worked your event. At the end of your event you will be handed a quick digital feedback survey from our staff, you can include a tip amount in that survey and we will invoice you after the event.Learn More
Can we take pictures?
Yes! We love to see smiling faces. Be sure to tag us:
What if we need to cancel our in-person petting zoo?
If something comes up, no problem! We can reschedule your event up to 48 hours before the event. Learn More
What kinds of animals do you have?
All of our animals are snuggly, lap-sized animals! We have bunnies, hedgehogs, chicks, blue-tongued skinks, chinchillas, tortoises, guinea pigs, miniature chickens, and bearded dragons. Learn More
How are petting zoos run?
We provide everything for safe, organized, and fun experiences! Staff members stay with you at all times to help with the proper handling of the animals and to answer any questions you may have.Learn More
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Our animals are a zany and fun bunch of guys and gals. Get to know some of our wild hedgehogs, playful bunnies, ridiculous miniature chickens, and goofy guinea pigs!Learn More
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Our animals are a zany and fun bunch of guys and gals. Get to know some of our wild hedgehogs, playful bunnies, ridiculous miniature chickens, and goofy guinea pigs!Our Animals
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