Volunteering with the Animal Adoption Center's "Partners for Paws" program offers citizens the opportunity to utilize current skills, develop new skills, meet their neighbors and give back to their community.
Working under the supervision of the Animal Services staff, volunteers provide valuable support and assistance. Volunteer opportunities may include working with cats and dogs, cleaning kennels and scooping litter, laundry and dishes, or assisting Animal Services staff on a special project. Learn more about the "Partners for Paws" program here.
Becoming a Volunteer
All volunteers must first complete the "Partners for Paws" orientation at the Animal Adoption Center. For the date and time of the next orientation, please call 972.874.6390. Once you've completed orientation, you can apply to be a volunteer by visiting www.flower-mound.com/jobs and entering volunteer into the search box. All volunteers will have a background check performed by our Police Department.
Guidelines to become a volunteer:
- Youth Volunteers must be 15 years of age.
- Court Mandated Community Service is not offered at the Animal Adoption Center.
- All Volunteers must attend an orientation held at the Animal Adoption Center. For the date and time of the next orientation, please call 972.874.6390.
- Volunteers are scheduled to work a one-hour shift. If you are unable to work your scheduled shift, you will need to call the Animal Adoption Center at 972.874.6390. Schedules can be rearranged by the Volunteer Coordinator upon request.
Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator via email or at 972.874.6390 if you have any further questions. We are looking forward to working with you.