The Animal Welfare League NSW Dubbo Volunteer Branch opened in June, 2021. The branch consists of a group of dedicated volunteers who want to improve the lives of companion animals in their local community and assist those in need. As part of their commitment to rehoming animals, the branch works with the local council animal shelter to help local cats and dogs find new families.
What We Do
Some of our branch activities include:
- Providing private surrender and adoption services in the local community. All cats and dogs rehomed through our branch are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, and flea & worm treated.
- Provide a safe haven for vulnerable animals in the community through a team of foster carers. On occasion, our volunteers may also be able to assist with domesticated livestock including horses, ponies, and goats. We may also be able to assist with pocket pets such as rabbits if we have suitable foster carers.
- Attend local community events and host fundraising activities.
- Helping to spread awareness of the work of Animal Welfare League NSW.
How You Can Help
If you’d like to help out our branch you can:
- Volunteer – our branch relies on volunteers to help with our activities. If you can help with fundraising, administration, transportation, or foster caring we would love to hear from you.
- Join as a member
- Donate pet items
- Donate financially. All donations over $2 are tax-deductible.
Areas We Cover
Our branch covers the Dubbo and surrounding areas.