Home   About YCRAA   Chihuahua Info   Volunteer   Adoption   Surrender
AmazonSmile

iGive.com

Happy Endings

Current Events

 

 

Ever thought of volunteering for Chihuahua rescue?

Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of areas.

• manning the YCRAA booth at fairs and shows
• educating the public about the 'real' Chihuahua
• transporting YCRAA dogs
• screening applicants via telephoning and home visits
• responding to inquirers
• following up on adoption placements
• fund raising
• maintaining records
• creating and maintaining public relations and web sites
• writing articles for our newsletter, website, etc.
• maintaining contact with shelters and other rescue groups
• monitoring shelters and notifying YCRAA about Chihuahuas that may be there.
• providing foster homes
• providing permanent foster homes for special need Chihuahuas
• and more.

The basis of all animal rights should be the Golden Rule: we should treat them as we would wish them to treat us, were any other species in our dominant position.

~Christine Stevens

Just a few hours can make a difference in the life of a homeless Chihuahua.

All these roles are critical to our success.  Can you help?

For more information email us:  volunteer@yankeechihuahuarescue.org

Volunteer Application
Foster Home Application


YCRAA objectives:

  • Rehabilitate and place homeless Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes in homes that meet the needs of each dog.
  • Promote responsible pet guardianship through education, resulting in a rewarding experience and relationship
    • How to choose the right dog.
    • Care for it.
    • The importance of proper socialization.
  • Build good working relationships with veterinary professionals, other reputable animal rescue associations and dog training organizations.
  • Ensure, to the best of our ability, that every dog placed will never be homeless again.

Each home is carefully screened before placement.

Each dog is evaluated for temperament, has a vet exam, is up to date on all shots, and receives whatever other vet care is needed.

Adult dogs are spayed or neutered before adoption.

hit counter

 
 
    iGive.com  iGive.com