Be the Change
Volunteers are extra-special people! They are people who work from the heart, giving of their time, energy, and talents to help make the world a better place.
At Pet Network, volunteers are crucial to the success of our organization and we could not accomplish our mission without them! Our volunteers range from students to seniors, and they bring a wide variety of talents and skills to their tasks.
Volunteering starts with an Application
We require each volunteer completes an application.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
- ADULT VOLUNTEERS (age 18+): Adult volunteers may participate in any area they wish as long as they have completed the proper training.
- JUNIOR VOLUNTEERS (ages 16-17): Junior volunteers may participate in any area except dog walking.
- TEAM VOLUNTEERS (ages 10-15 with adult guardian): Team volunteers can participate in any area, but must have an adult guardian with them during all volunteer times.
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How to Get Started as a Volunteer
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Pet Network. To get started, please fill out our volunteer application. After you have sumbitted your application you will then be able to schedule a time to come in for the New Volunteer Orinetation online! All volunteers will be required to attend a New Volunteer Orientation prior to their first day of volunteering. We have optional volunteer t-shirts avaiblable for $20 for purchase after your orientation.
All the ways you can get involved:
Dog & Cat Walking
Dog & Cat Socialization
FOSTERING: To learn more about our foster program please visit our foster page.
COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS: If you are completing Community Service Hours, please fill out our volunteer application and choose a community service orientation or contact email@example.com 775-832-4404.
To login to your volunteer account please click here.
Animal lovers under the age of 10 are welcome in the shelter anytime with their guardians to socialize with cats, kittens and sometimes puppies (depending on age of the puppy).