What would you like to do?
Answer look in local papers and go to ur nearest vet place 2 see if they have any
Try volunteering by walking dogs/cats, adopting, or feeding them.For more information, contact your local animal shelter or veterinarian office.I too, would greatly enjoy work…ing amongst animals. I have recently been researching working as a veterinary nurse or zookeeper. Even though the pay isn't great, the actual work is far more enjoyable than office work! Like the above contributor states, local animal shelter or rescues are great option as not only do they increase your feel-good factor but they look great on your CV as a veterinarian or like-wise!
you can work at blockbuster
They can go to 9634 Schaefer Rd, Converse, TX - (210) 658-4821
ASPCA has a lot of volunteer work. So does Petsmart. If Michigan has those places that is. Or you can check out any local vet's clinic. That's what I did before I was able to… get a job; volunteer work with animals.
Try your local shelters and rescue groups. They may require the parent to stay and volunteer too, but some don't. Check www.petfinder.com for a list of shelters and resc…ues in your area.
Children ages 8-13 (Which includes a 10 year old kind) Children ages 8-13 are eligible to participate in our PAWS Club, which meets once a month. During the monthl…y meetings children will learn about animals and partake in projects, which will benefit animals, especially the homeless animals housed by Animal Rescue, Inc. The PAWS Club also participates in fundraising events for the shelter. To become a member of the PAWS Club a registration form must be completed. If you have child in this age group who may be interested in joining you may download a copy of the registration form or stop by Animal Rescue and request a form. The PAWS Club does require annual dues which cover the cost of supplies.
Google rescue agencies in your area, or look it up in the phone book. If you are from Canada, we have the SPCA (society for the prevention of cruelty to animals) I don't see w…hy they wouldn't let you volunteer as a dog walker or something. You won't likely be able to get anything at a vet's office or a doggie daycare or anything like that, but rescue agencies should let you help out, even if its just a small part.
you can volenteer at a humaine soceity
You could volunteer at a shelter or you could pet-sit for people. Ask around! If you can't volunteer, you can always send animal food to shelters...
Try a local animal shelter or SPCA. Or a humane society. Sometimes even a local zoo appreciates volunteers. Generally vet offices don't like that young of volunteers but th…ere are many other options.
13 year olds and up (with a parent or guardian present) Can volunteer at a animal shelter! (I do)
In Animal Life
everywhere i started when i was 10 at friends for animals
Well I think you could offer to walk your Neighborhood dogs.... Right now im 10 and im in the process of trying to volunteer at an Animal Shelter or a Humane Society.... I tal…ked to my mom about it and she said she would call the 3 local Shelters I told her about.... Today she called them but they didn't answer :( sooo i hope i can... if i can i keep you psted
you can work at an animal shelter near you so the animals know that some kids care for them very much.
Local animal shelter or church food pantry.