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Hi! My name is Duke! I am an energetic, loving, oversized lap dog.  I have never met a stranger I did not like- as long as they are willing to give me all of their attention! I am willing to do just about anything as long as I can be with you - walks, cuddles, playtime, naps, you name it! I do not like to be isolated from you but I seem to manage just fine in my kennel while  Read more 
PO Box 6116  McKinney, TX 75071 PACKAGES: 7210 Virginia Pkwy #6116 (Not a public access location)
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30 Days of Pet Health Insurance provided with each Adoption!  
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We are currently looking to fill the following volunteer Board positions:    Board Secretary   If you are interested,  please email us at  admin@muttsandmayhem.org  Join Us
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Mutts & Mayhem Animal Rescue is an all volunteer organization, including our Officers and Board of Directors. Mutts and Mayhem is always in need of additional volunteers. Even if you can only spare one hour a week, we could use your help.  Take a look at our list of volunteer opportunities and let us know if you would like to take part in our life saving mission! Volunteer Opportunities Disaster/Emergency Search and Rescue Team Disaster/Emergency Search and Rescue - COMMAND Team                                 (Required FEMA Training will be provided at no cost) Disaster/Emergency Search and Rescue - REHAB Team                                          (Refreshments, Health) – Adult CPR Certification Preferred Feline Capture Team (Capturing/Trapping stray/feral cats/kittens Canine Capture Team (Capturing/Trapping stray/feral dogs/puppies Feeding Feral Cat Colonies Transporting healthy animals (To/From various locations including Veterinarian appointments) Transporting sick and/or injured animals (To/From various locations including Veterinarian appointments) Dog Walking Dog Bathing and/or Light Grooming Dog Training / Behavioral Training Fostering cats/kittens in your home (If you check this option, please complete our Foster Parenting Supplement) Fostering dogs/puppies in your home (If you check this option, please complete our Foster Parenting Supplement) Participate at Adoption Events, Community Events and other Public Relations Events (setup, tear down, caring for animals, etc.) Fundraising Grant Writing Marketing (general Rescue Organization related) Marketing (Animal specific marketing) Social Media Web Development / SEO Graphic Design Photography Videography Public Relations / Media Administrative                                                                                                                                           (Policies, Compliance, Forms, Data Entry, Animal Intake, Reporting, etc.) Accounting/Finance  Board of Directors  Internships Available Volunteers must meet all of the following requirements: Be at least 16 years of age. If you are younger than 16, there are other ways to get involved through our Youth Volunteer Program. Individuals wishing to volunteer on our Search and Rescue Team must be at least 18 years of age and be in good physical health.  FEMA training will be provided. Be able to commit to one year of volunteering.   Volunteer at least once per month.  Read and comprehend detailed policy and protocol information as well as being able to remember and follow rules. Communicate professionally and effectively, as human interaction is a requirement of all volunteer roles. Understand and fulfill all responsibilities of their role independently. Be able to physically fulfill the duties of their volunteer role. Most volunteer roles require volunteers to: be able to stand, and/or walk for up to 3 hours; be able to lift and carry up to 20 lbs.; be able to reach and lift; possess vision abilities including close vision, distance vision and depth perception. Additional Benefits to your Volunteer work TAX DEDUCTIBLE If you itemize on your Federal Tax Return, unreimbursed expenses incurred while Fostering or Volunteering including vehicle mileage and supplies necessary to feed and care for Foster Animals, is tax deductible!  This benefit not only gives you the reward of saving lives, but allows you to save money by reducing the amount of Income Tax you have to pay on money you worked hard to earn when not Volunteering.  EMPLOYER DONATION FOR YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS Many companies offer a program that will match their employee’s volunteer hours for a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit in order to encourage employees to contribute time and/or money to charitable organizations.  This is often referred to as “Matching Gifts”.  Read more...
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