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Why Volunteer

Why Volunteer? . . . Because It Matters!

There is so much to do as a volunteer. Volunteering is more than helping to clean up animal messes. It’s an opportunity to be part of the solution. From walking dogs and cuddling cats to supporting fundraising efforts – there’s always a need and a way to be involved.
Make a difference today . . . become a PAWS volunteer.

Regardless of your experience level and skillset, we have an opportunity for you to be involved:

  • Walk and socialize animals
  • Schedule meet and greets with our animals
  • Help potential adopters
  • Bake goods for fundraisers
  • Write content for newsletters and grants

PAWS welcomes the opportunity to have small school groups or organizations help with the care of the dogs and cats in our facility.
To become one of our valued volunteers, please fill our application to get started.

NOTE: Sorry but to keep everyone save, children under the age of 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult. And dog walkers must be 18 years or older.

Featured Pets

Chip

3 years old, Boxer Mix,male neutered.  Chip is full of energy and is looking for a family to match his energy level.  He loves to curl up in a blanket with a Nylabone.  He would prefer to be your one and only.  A game of tug of war would be a fun game to play with him.  Chip is house trained and ready to find his furever family.

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Ruffles

2 years old, Domestic Short Hair Black, female spayed.  Ruffles is looking for a quiet home to call her own.  This shy girl would love to have all your attention.  Sitting in her window bed makes this girl happy.  She loves to brush up against your legs as you walk around.  If you think Ruffles is the girl for you, stop down and check her out!

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Missy

3 months old, Domestic Short Hair Black, male neutered.  Missy is a quiet kitten that needs a little extra attention.  He loves to play with his toys and his twin brother, Miley.  They love to sleep together and would be a great addition to someone that has the time and patience to let them warm up to you.  If you have room in your home and heart for these two boys stop by and see how they play.

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