The Las Vegas Valley Humane Society (LVVHS) is seeking to add several volunteers in a variety of positions to help with its efforts to rescue, rehabilitate and reduce animal population in Southern Nevada.
Interested and new volunteers can get more information and training during a Volunteer Orientation to be held on Feb. 20 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the LVVHS office located at 2965 South Jones Boulevard, E-2.
The organization currently has volunteer openings for:
• Adoption Counselors – Assist with adoption days at local PetSmart and Petco locations. Must be comfortable with cats and dogs and be able to handle the animals.
• Foster Care – Provide a home for animals during the week and delivery to adoption site on Saturdays/Sundays. All necessary food and medical care will be provided by LVVHS.
• Spay & Neuter Initiatives – Assist with the organization’s various spay & neuter initiatives to help control animal overpopulation in Southern Nevada, including transporters and feral cat trappers.
• Demonstrations – Support LVVHS’ community awareness initiatives by speaking at local organizations or assisting with volunteer trainings/recruitment events.
For more information, call 702-434-2009 or click here.