VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME
Make A True Change
Interested in becoming an active volunteer or supporting member of DAWG?
Contact DAWG for more information: (775) 267-7325.
There are many ways to volunteer!
Assisting with adoption events
Exercising, caring for, and loving the shelter pets!
Feral Cat - TnR
Hundreds of kittens need foster homes in Douglas County every year. We have a wonderful team of fosters and are looking for more to help with kittens all shapes, sizes, and ages.
DAWG covers all expenses including food, litter, supplies and medical care (if needed)
For more information call the
Found Cat Program Coordinator at 775-790-1050
VOLUNTEER AT THE SHELTER
You do NOT need to be a DAWG member to volunteer at Douglas County Animal Care and Services (DCACS)
However, to work with animals you must...
Be at least 16 years of age (under 18 requires parental permission)
Complete a DCACS volunteer application
Attend an instructional orientation at the shelter
Complete a Douglas County background check
The volunteer application is available at DCACS
CAT COTTAGE VOLUNTEERS
Responsibilities include feeding, watering, cleaning and caring for our guests.
Responsibilities include walking, exercising and socializing our guests.
Anyone interested in volunteering needs to contact Douglas County Animal Services at
775-782-9061 for information and instructions.
Thank you for your understanding.
DOUGLAS COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES
Open 1-Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat
Closed Sun, Mon
MAKE A DONATION
Help Us Soar
Douglas Animal Welfare Group is a nonprofit charitable organization dependent on private donations of money and supplies to complete our mission to better the lives of Douglas County Animals. Because of our 501(c)(3) charity status, your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.