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Our volunteer pages are undergoing some reconstruction. Please bear with us while we get everything back in place. THANK YOU!

Volunteers are a vital part of every Spay/Neuter clinic.

Our dedicated and compassionate volunteers make it possible for PetPALS existence. They perform tasks throughout the clinic from check in to check out. Here are a few of our dedicated volunteers - doing what they do best.

Susann Fredricks - Board President

Lene Childress and Ethel

Barbara Daily

Kathy Grimes

Linda Potts - Volunteer/Webmaster

Gail Neistockel - Appointments / Clinic Day Registration

Ethel Grisset - Registration


If you have a passion for animals, volunteering at PetPALS gives you an opportunity to provide them the same level of love & care at the clinic that they get at their home.

Clinics are held 2 times/month on Wednesday and Saturday. We would love for you to join us! Please email

PetPALS Volunteer Positions
Registration7:30am-NoonGreet clients. Prepare paperwork and cage tag. Phone recalls.
Weigh-In7:30am-NoonWeigh animal and note name and cage # on collar, crate animal and attach cage tag to cage door. Some lifting required.
Cashier7:30am-NoonFinalize paperwork, collect payment (cash or check only), complete medicine envelope. Put all in plastic cover.
Autoclave9am-4pmClean and sterilize surgical equipment and assemble surgical packs. Standing required.
Food Prep11:30am-1pmFood is donated by volunteers. Setup lunch and clean up kitchen. If time permits, assist wherever needed.
Dog Recovery8:30am-1pmAssist dogs in recovery, remove trach tube, check incision, clean up occasional messes. Trim nails and clean ear if time permits. Transfer dog to its cage. Must be able to get up and down from floor position and assist with lifting.
Cat Recovery1pm-4pmAssist cats in recovery, eye drops, check incision, check paperwork and clean up occasional messes. Trim nails and clean ears if time permits. Transfer cat to its cage. Standing required.
Monitor9am-4pmOversee condition of dogs/cats after surgery when they are returned to their cage.
DischargeNoon-4pmGreet clients picking up their dog/cat. Review post operative guidelines and give client paperwork & pain meds. Remove the pet’s paper collar. Remove clasp from cage, drop paperwork at front desk and clean cage.
Clean Up3pm-5:30pmVacuum, mop, clean surfaces, empty trash cans, fill up supplies, etc.
AdministrativeAs RequestedVaries
Public Relations,Grant Writing,Fund RaisingOn-GoingPublic Speaking/Awareness/Education, Publicity, Fund Raising through Events and Grants.

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