Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer. Not only do you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for about 12-15 months (without any of the associated costs), you will also enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
Found 68 volunteer opportunities with Working with Animals, in Victoria VIC
Coordinate vet appointments with partner vets on behalf of our foster carers via social media and email. You will liaise between our vet partners and Foster Carers/Animal Manager, identify potential health issues, navigate Foster Carers and report to Animal Manager. Maintain and update our database on Google Drive and Drop Box. Our volunteer will have acceptance of the seven principles of public office: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.
Help us raise vital funds to fight animal cruelty! We are now recruiting eager, fur friendly volunteers in Geelong and surroundings areas to assist us to run the Geelong Million Paws Walk on Sunday 19 May. Hundreds of thousands of people (and their dogs) will walk to show their support for animals in need. Each year, the RSPCA has over 250,000 animals come through our doors needing care – together, that’s a million paws!
Become a volunteer and bring your good natured and well trained pets to visit our residents. We have 3 separate areas and are looking for someone who is able to visit on a weekly basis.
Come join the family of volunteers at Edgar's Mission. The role of Volunteer Lawn and Minor Maintenance Support is vital in ensuring the sanctuary has well maintained lawns, garden beds, public seating amenities (table and benches, display items – statues and ornaments, etc) – all providing a well presented, clean and hygienic environment for all visitors to the Sanctuary.
Come join the family of volunteers at Edgar's Mission. The Volunteer Sanctuary Hand is vital in ensuring the animals in our care are provided with clean, safe and hygienic housing, yards bedding, and environment. A good level of fitness is required as this is an active role, where lifting, bending and considerable walking is required. You must be willing and able to work outdoors in all weather conditions.
Come join the family of volunteers at Edgar's Mission. Assist in the on-site shop, selling merchandise to support and raise funds for the important work of Edgar’s Mission. As a shop volunteer you have excellent customer service skills, assist with serving customers, sorting, pricing, and operating the computerised sales system among other tasks. Shop volunteers are vital part of the team.
We are looking for hardworking, passionate and confident animal handlers to assist us with the care and upkeep of our homeless animals at our shelter in Campbellfield, Victoria. We can offer a happy shelter environment with lots of learning opportunities for people wanting to learn more about animals care/welfare and a fun team-orientated environment where volunteers get lots of hands on experience. We need YOUR help to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs throughout Victoria- can you help?
Do you want to help us save the lives of thousands of homeless cats, kittens, puppies and dogs throughout Victoria? Well here is your chance! We are in need of new individuals and families to open up their homes temporarily to animals in need and help us save lives.
Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer.
Look after animals or contribute to the activities of an animal shelter, e.g. feeding, cleaning cages and monitoring feed.
The puppy caring program requires volunteers to care for a puppy in their home from the age of 8 weeks, until they are approximately 12-15 months of age. Carers teach, under the guidance of a puppy development officer, basic obedience, house manners, eating and toileting on command, socialisation in many different places (restaurants, cinemas, cafes, shopping centres, supermarkets etc) and to walk on lead in a relaxed manner.
A fun and enjoyable day for all involved. Assistance supervising people at carriage riding, run by RDA, followed by lunch at the Estuary,Mt Martha
Volunteers and their pet to visit frail older people or adults with a disability
Exciting roles available for volunteers who are passionate about animal welfare. Assist with a variety of tasks to support homeless animals including general cleaning, washing of bedding, maintenance, gardening, bathing, grooming, feeding, walking, and playtime companionship.
Volunteering with Animal Aid is a great way to meet new people who are committed to giving homeless pets a second chance. Most of our volunteers are drawn to working with us because of a strong sense of wanting to make a difference to a cause they believe in.
This role is vital in ensuring the sanctuary has well maintained; gardens, trees and yards, along with preventing hazardous debris build up. This role also assists in ensuring the sanctuary is well maintained and presented, our vegetable plots are producing delicious bounties for the animals and the grounds free debris and fire risks.
A group of trained volunteers who respond after a disaster to help with community recovery in both the short and long term.
Are you able to help an aged/disabled person care for their pet? This position involves interacting with your client, where you may enjoy a cuppa and a chat, whilst regularly helping them walk their pets and provide assistance with the every day management of their pets.
Working with children with a disability and handling horses.
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