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Volunteers are integral to our organization.  You make a difference.  You save lives.

We need your help.  Below are several of the most common positions open, but there are others.  Let us know if you have questions.  If you would like to volunteer, please contact the shelter at 928-537-8009.  If you are interested in volunteering at the clinic, please contact the clinic at 928-421-0787.

  • Always wanted to work hands on at a veterinary clinic? We make it easy to learn how to take care of each pet after surgery.

    Pet Allies is seeking warm-hearted and attentive personnel to assist in recovering pets after spay & neuter surgery. If you would like to spend time sitting with pets on our padded recovery mats, watching over and stimulating them as they wake, please contact us at 928-421-0787, or stop by the Clinic (located within the new shelter) at 1321 N. 16th St., Show Low. Volunteers are needed for Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.

  • Daily walks and exercise help shelter dogs find forever homes by giving them physical and mental stimulation and teaching them valuable skills such as socialization and leash etiquette. Pet Allies also has a play yard where you can spend time with a dog who might be unsure about a walk or would love to just run around and play fetch. The shelter is located at 1321 N. 16th Street, Show Low

  • We see a lot of kittens come in that are not really all that friendly. Someone petting them every day, brushing them, getting them used to human touch, can mean a better life.

  • Foster for a week, a month, or until your foster pet is adopted. All your needs are provided at no charge. There is always support from staff & the clinic for medical care. It is very rewarding and fun. We are always in need of foster homes for kittens, puppies, dogs & cats.

  • By reducing stress and creating more confident, content cats, you help them get adopted. Not only is help needed with the basics of care (giving fresh water and food, cleaning litter boxes, and changing bedding) but simply petting and brushing them helps connect cats with the human touch.

  • Pet Allies conducts an annual fundraiser, the White Mountain Rubber Duck Pluck where many, many people are needed from the beginning of the year through the day of the event on June 15th. Tasks can range from organization behind the scenes to hands-on help. We also need a grant writer as well as someone who enjoys marketing & public relations. Have a passion for helping animals but don't want to come to the clinic or shelter? Fundraising tasks, small or more in-depth might be right up your alley!

    Whether you have a few hours, days, or months to spare, your time will be greatly valued and appreciated. Join us as a volunteer!

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