Morning dog walkers - Mondays 8am; Wednesdays 8am; Saturdays 7:30 am

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DuPage County Animal Care and Control

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Morning dog walkers take each adoption dog out for their first potty break of the day. After that, dog walkers can then take dogs out for additional play time or a longer walk. Dog walkers work with adoption dogs at DuPage County Animal Services. Adoption dogs have been spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and behaviorally evaluated. Dog walkers commit to a weekly shift. Dog walkers play an important role in the care of the dogs at the shelter and get satisfaction from socializing and providing enrichment to the dogs.

Dog walkers will need to complete all necessary training - Volunteer Orientation, Dog Handling Class and Hands-on training. For more information or to sign up for an orientation please visit the DuPage County Animal Services website

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About DuPage County Animal Care and Control


120 N. County Farm Rd, Wheaton, IL 60187, US

Mission Statement

DuPage County Animal Care & Control is a self-supporting (non taxpayer funded) county department designed to: •Prevent and control rabies through bite investigation and rabies registration •Enforce state and county animal control and welfare laws •Operate a shelter for stray and owner-relinquished non-native animals •Adopt animals to responsible homes •Euthanize unwanted animals not suitable for adoption •Promote responsible pet-ownership and animal welfare through counseling and law enforcement •Rescue animals that are lost, diseased, injured, or in peril •Provide public education programs for adults and children.


DuPage County Animal Care and Control is an open-admission animal shelter. We work to find placement for dogs, cats, rabbits and many other domestic animals. Volunteers play a vital role in helping to care for and socialize the animals in our care.


We'll work with your schedule.


120 N County Farm Rd.Wheaton, IL 60187



  • Animal Care / Handling




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Weekly time slot of 1-1.5 hours a week.
  • Dog walkers will walk dogs in all weather. Dog walking can be physically demanding.

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