Saturday Dog Walking Volunteer
Floyd County Animal Rescue League
This is a 2-hour shift on Saturdays, either 9-11 AM or 12-2 PM. You are scheduled on days you are available.
Walking takes place at the New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter.
Volunteers walk the dogs outside and give them individual attention. There is also an enrichment program where you can work with dogs to help train them and in turn, make them more adoptable.
Dog walkers must be 16 years or older and you must attend volunteer orientation which is held the last Thursday of the month, 6 PM at the New Albany Animal Shelter before you start volunteering.
About Floyd County Animal Rescue League
215 W. Market Street, New Albany, IN 47150, US
To educate the community in the humane treatment of animals and responsible and enjoyable pet ownership. To reduce the number of unwanted animals in Floyd County. To assist and support the New Albany - Floyd County Animal Shelter.
The Floyd County Animal Rescue League has been working to protect the animals of Floyd County since it was established 25 years ago. The Rescue League has helped thousands of people afford to have their animals altered, provided educational programs and materials to area schools, volunteered tens of thousands of hours at the shelter and special events, and directly assisted hundreds of animals in need. FCARL has also raised and contributed over $400,000 toward the construction of the new animal shelter building, and worked with City and County governments to plan and implement that project.