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Volunteering is a great way to help pets in need and meet other caring humans like you! Opportunities include playing with & grooming lonely pets, helping out with adoption events, cleaning cages, being a foster parent to a homeless pet, taking pet photos to post on Adopt-a-Pet.com, transporting pets to the vet, or offering your professional services. Using the form below you can search for Volunteer Opportunities by location:

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Event Volunteers 2-4 hour shifts on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are available. Duties include kennel cleaning, cat care, interaction with potential adopters and event setup and take down. 19 mi.
Fosters Needed! CWAC is always in need of foster homes in and around the Salt Lake Valley. We do not have a facility so the number of dogs that we take in depends on foster families. Fostering can be short term or long term depending on your availability. Often times we have a client that is needing a service dog but isn't able to do basic training and needs someone to work with the dog in one of our training classes until the dog has the necessary skills to be placed with their person. Please visit our website (http://www.canineswithacause.com/frequently-asked-questions-about-fostering/) for FAQs about fostering. 20 mi.
Looking for volunteer trainers Second Chance Chi is looking for volunteer dog trainers to help us with our dogs that have behavioral issues. If you would like to help us save some lives at our Salt Lake City, Utah location by helping to fix these dogs and find them forever home you can find our volunteer application here. (https://secondchancechi.org/volunteer-info/volunteer-application/ ) 21 mi.
Small breed dog fosters needed!! Second Chance Chi is looking for wonderfully skilled people to foster our sometimes special needs, aggressive, or just plain normal dogs. If you have skills in fostering small breed dogs with these traits and more and would like to help us save some lives and give these dogs a second chance at finding a wonderful new home in our Salt Lake City, Utah location you can find our foster application on our website. ( https://secondchancechi.org/foster-info/foster-application/ ) This is a non-paying volunteer position. Second Chance Chi will cover all medical bills of our dogs and you supply the temporary home and lots of love. 21 mi.
Event Volunteers The Utah Animals is looking Event Volunteers. As an Event Volunteers you will be trained and able to assist in putting on events for the shelter like the farmers market, dog hikes, mini super adoptions and other shelter events. Pick your level of involvement! As part of this group you will receive event t-shirts, hours to go toward any community service hours, certificates or internships, your picture and name on our media website, plus a huge THANK YOU from all our animals! If you are interested in being apart of this group please respond to this e-mail. If you have questions please feel free to call me directly at 801-244-4430 Sincerely, Christy Russell Volunteer Coordinator Utah Animals 801-244-4430 24 mi.
Front Office Voluteer for Dogs and Cats The UAAC is looking to fill an immediate volunteer data entry position. Description: Data entering our records to bring them current and up to date. Requirements: Must be computer proficient, type speed of 30 WPM or more, accurate, and detailed oriented. This also includes filing. Occasional cat or dog in the office so must like the little critters volunteers are needed Tuesday-Saturday from 10am -2pm and 2pm-6pm. Duties would include data entry, answering phones, and assisting customers. We can’t complete our mission without volunteers like you. Thank you for helping us save dogs, and cats in Utah. Thank you Christy Russell Volunteer Coordinator Utah Animal Adoption Center 801-244-4430 Christy.russell24@gmail.com 24 mi.
Office Volunteers with Dogs and Cat Hello Wonderful Volunteers. The UAAC is looking for a regular volunteer for our front office. (We do have the occasional cat or dog in the office so must like the little critters) Front office volunteers are needed Tuesday-Saturday from 10am -2pm and 2pm-6pm. Duties would include light data entry, answering phones, and assisting customers. We are looking for fun energetic volunteers to assist our staff with answering phones, light paper work, assisting customers, and adopters. Please respond to this e-mail if you are interested. We can’t complete our mission without volunteers like you. Thank you for helping us save dogs, and cats in Utah. Thank you Christy Russell Volunteer Coordinator Utah Animal Adoption Center 801-244-4430 24 mi.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Cat Socializer at KITTY CENTER (Bountiful, UT) f you are friendly, outgoing and love companion animals - and are in the Layton, Roy, Ogden, Bountiful UT area - we have great volunteer opportunities for you. Please note that ANBAR offers different time commitments and requirements depending on the volunteer opportunities. In general, we require a service commitment of 1 year minimum, and at least 8 hours per month (2-hour weekly shift). Kitty Center volunteer times are available seven days a week, from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, at two-hour schedules. As part of ANBAR's Kitty Center Team, you will help clean rooms, feed and socialize kittens and cats, assist in administrative tasks, and prepare the Kitty Center each day. You help create a loving, healthy environment for our animals in the Kitty Center as you play with, pet, brush, talk to and give attention to our pets until permanent homes are found. These types of volunteers are especially needed when we take in feral cats who have had little previous contact with humans. Note: Online Volunteer Applications will only be accepted. http://www.anbrescue.org/volunteer-application.html Minimum Age: 18 years old. ANBAR also accepts as volunteers those participating in student community service activities, student intern projects, corporate volunteer programs, and other volunteer referral programs, including Family opportunities (children between the ages of 12 and 17 together with an parent/legal guardian present), that will meet a current need we have. Family and Group Projects will need to be discussed on a case-by-case basis with our Volunteer Coordinator. For more information about A New Beginning Animal Rescue, visit our website www.anbrescue.org If you need court-ordered community service hours, please see the Community Service page. http://www.anbrescue.org/community-service.html 25 mi.
Cat Care - West Bountiful Petco 1-1.5 hour shift of cat care at West Bountiful Petco. Duties include habitat cleaning, feeding, brushing and loving on cats. Weekly commitment is preferred. 25 mi.

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