Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Save-A-Pet. We help and heal an estimated 1000 cats and dogs each year. We couldn’t fulfill our mission without the support and dedication of our volunteers.
Each year, more than 400 volunteers, with a wide variety of backgrounds, donate many hours of service, giving hands-on care to animals, educating our community, providing administrative support, and more. Save-A-Pet volunteers have a deep sense of satisfaction in helping us provide our cats and dogs with a second chance.
We provide the training for all volunteer positions, so no prior experience is required. Whether walking dogs, fostering kittens, or helping to make an event successful, you can be a part of the life-saving work we do.
If you are interested in volunteering with Save-A-Pet, please follow these steps:
- Be of age. Volunteer positions have a minimum age requirement of 18. Prospective volunteers under 18 can check out these youth volunteer opportunities.
- Attend an orientation. Our orientations are on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm at our Adoption Center. At the orientation, you will learn more about the volunteer positions available at Save-A-Pet, our history and policies. The March session is full. Our next session will be on April 1, 2015 at 7:30pm. Plan on arriving by 7:15, as the session will begin at 7:30 sharp and doors will be closed shortly after.Those arriving after the doors are closed may need to sign up for the next months’ session. Please RVSP your spot by emailing email@example.com. You must receive a RSVP confirmation in order to be registered.
- Choose a position. Before then, you can view the volunteer opportunities to see what kinds of positions Save-A-Pet has available.
- Get trained. Attend the required trainings for the volunteer opportunities you are interested in. Once trained, you are free to volunteer!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Please note that Save-A-Pet cannot accommodate those seeking to fulfill court-ordered community service.