VISIT US AT OUR MAIN WEB PAGE: www.geaugahumane.org
To become part of our volunteer program, you must:
*Parent & Me Program - P&M is designed for a child aged 12-15 to accompany a parent during volunteering in our shelter with the understanding that the adult is the primary handler of the animal. The volulnteer process is consistant with the adult program and requires volunteer orientation and training and is designed to be a long term commitment.
Attending an orientation is the first step in becoming a Rescue Village volunteer. During this session, you will have a chance to meet our staff, learn about our organization and the different volunteer opportunities.
Training helps prepare you for the challenges of working with shelter animals in a safe and appropriate manner.
Sponsor a Cage
As a Cage Sponsor, you provide the funds to keep our animals healthy, well fed, and comfortably housed while they wait for the right people to come and take them home for good. The cost is just $15 a month or $180 a year. You can sign up for as many cages as you wish. You will receive monthly biographies and photos of the animals who are benefiting from your generosity.
Cage sponsorships make great gifts for birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, and other special occasions.
To become a Cage Sponsor, contact 440.338.4819 ext. 45 or email email@example.com
Make a donation in memory of a loved one (human or animal) who has crossed the rainbow bridge. You can also make a donation in honor of a friend or family member for their special day - birthday, anniversary....
If you would like more information on how you can help foster kittens and puppies, please call Erin at 440-338-4819 ext 14.
Rescue Village is seeking Foster Care Volunteers to participate in a life-saving program. Foster volunteers provide in-home care to special needs animals. Responsibilities include, bottle feeding kittens or puppies, socializing and training dogs and cats or nursing animals recovering from injuries.
Foster Care Volunteers help save animal lives in the comfort of their own home. Fostering an animal also allows you and your family to experience having a pet with out making a long term or life time commitment. Fostering animals is an excellant way to teach children responsibility and is good practice for caring for a future family pet.
You must have a valid driver's license or State ID and be at least 18 years of age or older. GHS reserves the right to deny any adoption for any reason.
Adoption fees vary by age of animal:
Pets for People Seniors, 65 years or older, can qualify for a reduced adoption fee made possible by the Pets for the Elderly Foundation. Ask an associate for more details.
Your Adoption Package Includes:
|spay/neuter||DHLPP or FVRCP vaccine||Deworming|
|Rabies vaccines -over 3 months of age||Canine Bordatella||Canine heartworm tested-over 6 months of age|
|Feline Leukemia tested||Dog license||GHS ID tag and collar||Free veterinarian exam||Behavior follow-up support|
All cats and kittens adopted now include a microchip ID!
To learn more about our educational programs, contact 440-338-4819 ext 20 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, Thurs, Fri
Noon -6:00 pm
Noon - 5:00 pm
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday