Volunteering has plenty of benefits. Here are just a few: Volunteering...
Allows you to use your skills and talent to make a positive impact in the lives of dogs in need
Is a way to give back to your community
Lets you connect with like-minded people
Explore our volunteer opportunities along with a basic overview of associated tasks:
Transport dogs to/from boarding, veterinary appointments, or foster homes.
Ensure dogs in boarding get the exercise they need by taking them for walks.
Create graphics for our social media pages, write dog bios, or take photos of our adoptable dogs.
Foster dogs for a few days prior to out-of-state transport.
Review foster applications, conduct foster-home visits, schedule appointments, and act as foster care liaison.
Review adoption applications, carry out phone interviews, facilitate meet and greets, conduct home visits, and prepare adoption folders.
Review volunteer applications, help match new volunteers with current volunteer opportunities, and train new volunteers for their respective roles.
Generate fundraising ideas, plan and coordinate fundraising events, and find and reach out to prospective sponsors.
Assist with the intake process, maintain the dog database, and update pet profiles on adoption sites.
Of course! We're happy about any time you're willing to dedicate to volunteering.
To become a Weatherford Wags volunteer, you have to be at least 18 years of age.
Yes! We often need ad hoc support.
You could consider fostering for or making a donation to Weatherford Wags. You can also network our dogs on social media.