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Foster or Volunteer with Options

Have you ever thought of lending your skills and time to help pets? Options Veterinary Care is a nonprofit veterinary clinic that opened in 2020 and we need kind-hearted people like you! It's a great way to give back to those who need us the most and offers a unique opportunity to make a substantial impact on the lives of animals and people in our community. 

Become a Foster! 

Foster families open their hearts and homes to provide temporary love, care, and socialization for cats and kittens. Options created their foster program to help fill a void in the community when more help was needed to save lives. It allows us to transfer cats and kittens to alleviate overcrowding in local shelters. As a foster, you provide TLC and a temporary, loving home for a matter of days or weeks.  Options will provide medical care, a starter kit of supplies, training, and support, as well as facilitate adoptions when they are ready. To get started, fill out the volunteer application below!

Within the foster program, an urgent position needs to be filled—the Foster Coordinator! If you're compassionate, organized, detail-oriented, and a self-starter, this could be the volunteer role for you! Tasks include communicating with foster families to manage appointments, responding to foster inquiries, and updating foster resources. Options will provide training and some of this can be done remotely. To find out more or apply, email today!


Become a Volunteer!

Volunteers assist with various tasks to help Options run smoothly and efficiently while providing top-notch customer service. Training will be provided and there are remote roles available. Tasks include greeting and assisting clients, taking phone messages and returning calls, monitoring pets who are recovering from surgery, cleaning surgical instruments, laundry, and more. By volunteering, you’ll be part of the team helping pets who otherwise wouldn’t have access to critical vet care. It’s rewarding work and you’ll truly make a difference! To get started, fill out the volunteer application below!

Options is fully equipped with x-ray, diagnostic and dental equipment as well as a surgical suite. We treat dogs, cats, and occasionally, other small pets. Services include preventive medicine, diagnosis and treatment for illnesses and injuries (including surgical intervention when this is the best option), dental care, spay/neuter, and client education. Options is a program of Humane Network, a Reno-based nonprofit organization.​

Volunteer at Options
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