Osceola County Animal Services is a government operated animal shelter and field services program. Our focus is on education and working with our community to provide life saving programs and services.
Giving hands on care to animals, educating our community, providing administrative support, and more, volunteers improve the lives of the animals in our care every day. We understand that life is busy and by you taking the time to help animals at this shelter, we will be able to save more lives and reach more people. Our gratitude is only surpassed by our enthusiasm to build a successful and comprehensive volunteer program.
We want your experience to be both rewarding and challenging. We provide the training for all volunteer and foster care positions; therefore, no prior experience is required. Due to the amount of training we require for most of our volunteer positions, we ask for a 6 month commitment working 8 hours per month. Volunteers can either come in for a regularly scheduled reoccurring shift on the same day and time each week or schedule their shifts through our online volunteer scheduling system each month. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. Pet foster parents must be 18 years of age.
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