Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Thank you for expressing an interest in volunteering at PAL!
We would be delighted to have you on our team. We are delighted that younger people are interested in helping the animals. As a rule, we require that anyone under the age of 18 be accompanied by an adult. It is a great way for parents and grandparents to bond with a child and teach them about caring for animals. Here are some brief descriptions of how you can be involved and help the animals.
We have a morning shift and an evening shift to feed and let out the dogs. Depending upon how many dogs are in the shelter, it can take between 1 to 3 hours to complete a shift. The kennels are mopped, the food and water dishes are washed and refilled. The exercise yard is pooper scooped. There's still time to visit the dogs and tell them you love them! The morning shift starts between 7:30 to 9:00 am, and the evening shift around 5:30 pm. You can volunteer to do one shift a week, or perhaps one shift a month if that's all the time you can spare. We'd be happy to have you either way. We also have people who walk dogs every morning. Would you like to take a dog for a walk once a week?
The timing on when the cat work is done is not as critical as it is for the dogs. Once a day, a volunteer will wash and refill the food and water dishes, clean the litter boxes, sweep and mop floors. If there are blankets to wash it would be great if you can start a load of laundry! Visiting with the cats and kittens is always fun.
Because we are in need of new volunteers, our office is only open a few days a week. We would love to be open additional days, and with your help, we can be. You will be trained on how to answer questions, process animal adoption, and do other necessary paperwork.
Our shelter building is feeling its age, and we are always looking for handy men and women to help with improvements. Painting, carpentry, plumbing, concrete-whatever talent, we can use you.
Our big fundraising events are the Dog walk each February and Santa Paws in December. We always need people to help set up and organize these events. Please let us know if you would like to help. We also have other fundraising opportunities throughout the year, and you may have some of your own that could help us.
Below is a list of items that we use on a daily basis. If you can help and donate it will help keep our furry friends happy. This list is not all we need or accept so if you have something you think we could use call us or drop by. We do take slightly used items also. Many of these items are available in Emmett at D&B supply, Tractor Supply and Zamzows. Shop Local!
Nyla bones - chicken flavor
Dog Treats - made in USA
Leashes and Collars- Medium and Large
Dog Coats- Medium and Large
Poop bags available on Amazon-Gorilla brand
All natural fly spray for animal- Espree -available at D&B
Canned dog food
Dog food dry - for food pantry
Dog food dry - for PAL dogs we use Zamzows Fundamentals
Dog biscuits - made in USA
Cat food- our kitties eat D&B Wildology
KMR kitten formula
Myracle nipples and syringes from Miraclenipples.com
Kitten dry food
Kitten canned food
Canned cat food
KMR warming disks
Cat litter-clumping,low dust-Premium Choice at D&B, Tidy Cat
Small cat carrier
If you sew: 18"x 24" blankets
Sponges for dishes
Liquid laundry soap
Zip lock bags - quart and gallon
If you don't have the time or ability to drop off a donated item at our shelter, Amazon is a great alternative. Check out our list of needed items on our Amazon Wish list by clicking on the
button below. The items can be shipped to our facility from the comfort of your home.
You can sign up with Amazon smile and a small portion of purchase will be donated to our shelter. It's quick and easy.