As a volunteer you are not committing yourself to help more than you are comfortable with. If you want to take a dog for a walk on an occasional basis that is OK. If you want to take them on a daily basis that is also OK. It is up to you. Just talk to the person who owns the pet and see what help you can provide.

You must feel happy with the pets you are asked to care for and you don't have to accept a request if you are too busy or you are not feeling well or whatever...... The amount of time you commit is up to you.

You don't owe an explanation to anyone.

We have had volunteers who have driven people to the vet, have cared for cats and dogs in their own home, have fed and cleaned up after pets in the owners' homes, have helped people clean up a rabbit's hutch, have taken people to the park to have a walk with their dog, have fostered pets while the owner went into hospital or looked for suitable accommodation. We have people take their dog over to the home of an elderly person who just loves to sit and pat them and chat.

Let us know what things you might be able to help with.

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