If you would like to attend this class. Please go to the link below and sign up, or if you have any further questions please email BDRR Volunteer Manager Carla Knapik at firstname.lastname@example.org
SIGN UP FOR VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION HERE:
Confirmation and details will be emailed to you. Meet up at the Picnic benches by the house. Spaces are limited but please stay tuned as we will be adding more classes in the following weeks .
You are free to volunteer directly after the class so please make sure you wear appropriate clothing and foot wear. Closed toed shoes, (tennis shoes are fine), (jeans, long pants, or knee length shorts. ) no short, shorts or crop tops please. For your safety, no flip-flops or open-toed shoes are allowed. We do have a couple of picnic benches if you want to bring lunch .
An orientation class must be attended before you can volunteer.
If you are under 18, or plan on volunteering with your children, please be sure to review our Under 18 Policy which welcomes children and keeps them safe while at the Ranch.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL CHILDREN 16 YEARS OF AGE OR UNDER ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE ORIENTATION WITH A PARENT OR GUARDIAN. THE WAIVER MUST BE SIGNED BY THE PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN IN PERSON AT THE ORIENTATION THAT DAY, AND THE PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN MUST ATTEND ORIENTATION TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF OUR UNDERAGE VOLUNTEERS
UNDER 18 POLICY
Big Dog Ranch strives to ensure the safety of every volunteer. If you are under the age of 16, there are a few simple guidelines that must be adhered to in regards to ranch policies.
No minor under the age of 16 can volunteer without a parent or legal guardian present at all times NO EXCEPTIONS. No minor under the age of 10 is permitted to volunteer at this time.
If you are under the age of 16, you are prohibited from handling dogs at the ranch.
16 & 17 year old volunteers are permitted to handle dogs in accordance with the ranch policies, which must be followed at all times—NO EXCEPTIONS
Anyone of any age can be prohibited from volunteering if they do not exhibit safe practices and maturity while on premises.
Thank you! and we look forward to seeing you at the ranch