Helping an animal Rescue Group. (Road Trip Home Animal Rescue)
ROAD TRIP HOME ANIMAL RESCUE INC
Road Trip Home has many volunteer opportunities.
1. Short Term Fostering: We need short term fosters for dogs,puppies,cats and kittens. This is short term fostering usually from 2-4 weeks. All fosters are tranported. We do not adopt the pets locally. You would fill out a Fostering application on our website.
2. Dog Walking on Tranport days: We have certain tranport days listed on our website under upcoming transports. The tranports are usually every other week on Wednesdays. We need people to walk the dogs before they are loaded onto the tranport van.Time is usually 4-6pm.You would fill out a volunteer form on our website and bring it with you or I have forms available to fill out on tranport day. (We tranport from LakeCity Animal Hospital on Cobb Parkway in Acworth,Ga)
3. Requesting Donations: We are also looking for people to help with item donations. We have events during the year that we need prizes for. If you decide to help getting item donations we would give you direction as to what business's to call but of course we would welcome your ideas too. You could either make phone calls to the business's or go in person. You could pick up the donations yourself or I would be happy to pick them up.We are always in need of monetary donations to help with our vetting of animals.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About ROAD TRIP HOME ANIMAL RESCUE INC
P.O Box 372, Acworth, GA 30101, US
Road Trip Home Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization providing life saving services for homeless pets in need in Georgia. We work tirelessly to save as many homeless pets as possible and to relocate them to shelters in states where there is a demand for shelter animals.
Road Trip Home Animal Rescue was founded in 2011.We are a tranport rescue, pulling dogs and cats from high kill shelters in Georgia, vetting them and preparing them for transport to no-kill shelters in the Northeast where they are quickly adopted to loving families.We also get animals from animal control and owner surrenders,The homeless animal is selected because of its temperament and adoptability. It is given a full medical exam and quarantined for a minimum of 2 weeks to determine any additional underlying conditions. If necessary,the animal receives the appropriate medical care to insure that it is healthy. A full range of vaccinations are administered. Health care is provided, ranging from regular preventative care to serious injury or illness. Once an animal is in our care we are committed to its well being. Once deemed healthy by a licensed veterinarian, the pet is tranported in an air-conditioned/heated van overnight to our partner shelters in Maine,Massachusetts, New York or shelters in other states that we have inspected outselves.These areas have been identified as having a high demand for shelter animals because they have been successful in enacting and enforcing laws that protect homeless pets.As of 3/11/2021 we have saved 13,443 homeless pets.