BE A PART
We are 100% volunteer run, so we can always use extra hands to help maintain all these paws! Volunteers are welcome to set up a weekly schedule or come as they are available. The bulk of our volunteers assist with walking, bathing, and grooming. We also welcome those with experience to assist us with more complex tasks, such as training, photography, and painting (murals). We do not require a training day, you can contact us to jump into the action right away. Volunteers must be 18 and older and sign our release form upon arrival. Use our Contact page to schedule or find out more!
Fosters help us provide quality care to a greater number of dogs. Fosters are especially invaluable in helping us care for dogs who would not otherwise thrive in the kennel environment, such as those who are elderly, have special needs, or simply need a calmer place to call home. Fosters can also give dogs one-on-one attention for house-training, socialization, and basic commands. In short, we love our fosters! We provide the food, supplies, and medical care for our dogs in foster homes--you provide the love!
We always welcome physical donations. Our dogs always have TENNIS BALLS, toys, treats, and blankets/bedding on their wish-list. We are also always in need of leashes, collars, flea medication, brushes, and food. Gently used items are fine by us!
Contact us to arrange a drop-off!
Should you choose to support us with a financial donation, know that we are entirely volunteer based, so 100% will go straight to our dogs to support their health and daily needs. Donations allow us to rescue dogs who may not have a chance otherwise, such as those who are elderly or Tommy, who was hit by a car. You can PayPal us at AdoptK9s@gmail.com (please leave a short note so we know your motivation for donating and we can thank you!)
Other Ways to Help
Don't have time or donations and still looking for a way you can help? Support us in spirit!
1) Like our Facebook page (Facebook.com/MuttsinNeed) and interact with our posts to help our dogs get noticed and promote pet rescue in general.
2) Keep us in mind to let your friends know about us when they are seeking a furry addition to their household.
3) If you or someone you know recently lost a pet, donate old supplies to a rescue in the pet's honor.
4) Promote spaying/neutering and rescuing over breeding in your daily life to reduce the number of dogs without homes in your community and nation-wide.