Be a hero. Be a poodle volunteer.
Volunteering with the Florida Poodle Rescue is fulfilling beyond anything you can imagine! You will be a member of a caring team working to make the world safe and more humane for poodles in need. The warm fuzzies you will experience are heartwarming; whether transporting a pup to their new "parents" at their forever home, soothing a frightened one that only knows a harsh hand, working with a neglected poodle that has been caged and left outside to survive, providing much needed supplies, or making a monetary donation, the rewards are many, not only to lives of our poodles, but to the hearts and souls of the volunteer as well. Without our volunteers FPR could not exist! Anyone can help, no matter how large or small your contribution is, it is invaluable to us!
Florida Poodle Rescue depends on its volunteers to survive and continue to save dogs lives everyday. If you are interested in becoming involved we would love to hear from you. Listed below is are some examples of things that you could do to help FPR.
The Volunteer Committees are as follows:
Telephone and Email Inquiries
Week-long shifts that include answering the phone and responding to emails or forwarding them to the correct person.
Application Reference Checking
Calling adoption and foster applicant references and documenting the information.
Pick up and transport with correct paperwork delivered
Accepting and caring for dogs in our care.
Special Events & Fundraising
To become a FPR volunteer please call (727) 265-1766 or complete the below form.
"I am involved in dog rescue: my wallet and gas tank are always running on empty,
My house is never quiet, nor is my car,
My inbox Is full of ongoing despair and misery, but my heart and soul are replenished with unconditional love, loyalty and joy that can only come from a rescued dog!"
I have Done Something
I looked at all the crated animals in the shelter ... the castoffs of human society.
I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and betrayal. And I was angry.
"God", I said, "This is terrible! Why don't you do something?"
God was silent for a moment, and then He spoke softly, "I have done something," he replied.
"I created you."