Spay/neuter volunteers play a crucial role in assisting with high-volume spay/neuter surgery for thousands of pets every year.
With the support of the spay/neuter team, volunteers assist with prepping cats and dogs for surgery.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Clean and sterilize surgical instruments.
- Wrap surgical packs for cat and dog surgeries and sterilize in the autoclave.
- Cut and fold surgical drapes.
- Prepare vaccinations for administration by veterinarians and vet technicians.
- Assist with daily clinic needs such as cleaning cages, stocking supplies and doing laundry.
- Assist with closing duties such as sweeping and mopping.
- Standing with frequent bending, kneeling, stooping and reaching
- Active surgical clinic, exposure to strong smells, animal waste and potentially hazardous conditions, including the risk of animal bites
- Exposure to active surgery, including blood and tissue, and needles (volunteers do not administer vaccinations)
- Clothing requirements: long pants, closed-toe shoes, shirts with sleeves; volunteer T-shirt provided after 10 hours of service
- Minimum of two shifts per month for one year
We are currently recruiting for spay/neuter volunteers who are available during the following timeframes:
Sundays through Fridays:
8 – 10 a.m.
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
12 – 2 p.m.
2 – 4 p.m.