As a Dogs for Good volunteer you become part of a valued team that makes a real difference to others. You have the chance to try something different and learn new skills, meet people and make new friendships.
Everyone can volunteer to help us and we really appreciate you sharing your time and expertise with us. However, some of our volunteering opportunities depend on your location. For example, you need to live within an hour’s drive of our centres to become a Puppy Socialiser. Because Temporary Boarders need to drop off their dogs every morning and collect them again in the evening, they tend to be people who work close to our training centres in Banbury and Bristol.
If you would like to find out more about the volunteering opportunities that may be available with the Charity, you can explore these links. However you help, you will become part of a supportive team that gives people to life-changing assistance dogs.
- Puppy Socialisers
- Temporary Boarders
- Temporary Boarder (Puppy Scheme)
- Volunteer Drivers
- Fundraising Volunteers
- Breed Stock Holder
- Local Supporter Group Members
- Registered Speakers
Please bear in mind that Dogs for Good needs different types of volunteers at different times. We cannot guarantee that the opportunities listed above will always be available but any help you give will be invaluable.
Some of the volunteer roles may require you to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. We will tell you about this if you apply for a role that needs a DBS check.
If you are interested in any of the volunteering roles above, please complete the volunteer enquiry form. For more information regarding volunteering with Dogs for Good, please download our Volunteer Handbook.