Volunteers are always welcome. Here are a few opportunities:
Fostering a Rescue Animal - Every shelter animal deserves a loving home. Foster families help our rescued animals make the transition to a new life and loving family.
Expanding programs like the WAG Pet Food Pantry, Huts for Mutts, or therapy programs are high on our priority list. Call us to find out how you can help!
Youth Volunteers -Volunteering for WAG offers an avenue to kids to explore their desire to help animals - a valuable part of learning empathy and respect. Minimum age to volunteer is 7 years old. All youth volunteers under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a responsible adult during WAG activities.
Looking for youth projects? Check out ways children can help local animals here.
Don't Have Time to Volunteer?
Time is a precious commodity. If you don’t have extra time, consider becoming a contributor. Funding supports the important programs we provide. Our community needs increased adoption programs, low-income spay and neuter services, and humane education, just to name a few. We have the power to make things better.
Public apathy isn't the response homeless pets deserve. Take a moment to help.