Want to know what you can do to help animals at our St. Paul shelter? Here are our entry level and advanced roles! Below the role listings is a link to our online application for our St. Paul shelter.
Entry Level Volunteer Roles Available in St. Paul - No experience necessary, new volunteers welcomed.
Cat Adoption Support: Volunteers working in Cat Adoption Support provide two important roles in helping to fulfill our mission. The first is customer assistance on the adoption floor, helping connect animals in our care to their new forever homes. The second is animal socialization and cleaning that helps keep our animals happy, healthy and adoptable. Currently, openings are extremely limited.
Dog Adoption Support: Volunteers working in Dog Adoption Support provide two important roles to help us fulfill our mission. The first is customer assistance on the adoption floor, answering questions from visitors and facilitating dog visitations. The second is animal socialization that helps keep our dogs happy, healthy and adoptable. Currently, openings are etremely limted. Currently, openings are extremely limited.
Dog Walker: Volunteers provide dogs waiting for adoption with needed exercise and socialization. Volunteers take dogs out for 15 minute walks every shift as well as help to clean kennels. This provides the dogs with the socialization, exercise, and potty breaks needed to keep them happy and healthy. Currently, openings are extremely limted.
Exam Assistant: Volunteers work with Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians to provide support inorder to efficiently Spay/Neuter the thousands of animals who are surrendered to the Animal Humane Society each year. Currently, there are weekend morning and few weekday morning and afternoon openings. Cu Current
Advanced Volunteer Roles - (current AHS volunteers can be considered for advanced roles once they have successfully completed 36 hours of work in adoption floor support)
Chip and Nail Clinic Assistant: Volunteers help with our twice a month chip and nail clinics by checking customers in and gathering their and their pets’ information and helping our vet services department during chipping and nail trims.
Treatment Assistant: Volunteers work with our vet services staff to help administer morning medication to animals.
Animal Bather: Volunteers help groom and bathe animals available for adoption (primarily dogs) to help keep them healthy and in good appearance for potential adopters. This is an add-on role for current volunteers on an as needed basis.
Rabbit Pawfiler: Volunteers evaluate the personalities of rabbits waiting for adoption based on their behavior and interactions with their environment and the volunteer. This information helps potential customers make informed decisions when adopting a rabbit. No prior rabbit experience necessary. This is an add-on role for current volunteers looking for ways to be more involved.