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It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


12 E. Banroft, Ste 105,Corner of Bancroft & FranklinToledo, OH 43620


Volunteer Orientation will be held on the following: January 28th; March 4th; April 8th May 13th

starts at 10 a.m. located at our education center 12 E. Bancroft Toledo

You need to attend 1 session which will last approximately 3 hours

Toledo's PET Bull Project is committed to Preventing animal cruelty and dog fighting, Educating pet owners on pet responsibility and the importance of spay & neuter and to Train people to be good advocates for their pet; whatever their breed!

Toledo's Petbull Project is a non profit 501C3 organization.Our organization operates and is successful thanks to our volunteers, grants, donations, sponsors & support from other community organizations. Volunteers are the backbone of TPBP.


We have volunteer opportunities for absolutely EVERYONE! We have new volunteer orientations every other month.

  • Community pet food panty
  • Social Media
  • Class presenters
  • Trainers
  • Vet techs
  • Photographers
  • Advertising
  • Dog Fosters
  • Office Work / data entry
  • Community Outreach
  • Fundraising
  • Event planning
  • Networking
  • Volunteer Engagement
  • Logistics
  • Teen Programs
  • Grant writers
  • Advocates
  • Animal rescue
  • Grooming

LEARN HOW OUR PROGRAMS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE. These are just a few programs we offer to the Toledo Community.

Humane Education Classes - Used to help Stop Dog Fighting and Animal Cruelty

PET Safety Classes - Used to help keep pets in their home by training current and future pet owners.

Dog Training - Used to reduce dog bites, increase dog retention, and create better breed advocates.

Pawsitive Reading Program - Used to teach kids confidence in reading through therapeutic interactions with dogs.

FREE Park Trainings - Used to keep pets in their home, teach safer public behaviors for pets and owners, and educate public on the importance to spay and neuter pets.

Pet CARE-a-van - Used to provide food and supplies to needy pet owners.

Teen Center - A place to turn at-risk teens into pet advocates and positive community leaders.

Teacher's PET - Used to create a community of dog trainers through capable at-risk teens and get more dogs adopted.


  • Fundraising
  • Youth Services
  • Mentoring
  • Animal Therapy
  • Community Outreach
  • Animal Care / Handling

Good Match For

Kids Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 13
  • Orientation or Training
  • We're grateful for any time you can donate!

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