Create Account or Log In:
Creating an account or logging in via facebook/email will let you save your application, and allow you to access your pets medical records and other important information after you adopt or foster.
There are countless ways that rescue organizations need help to stay up and running! National Newfoundland Rescue Inc. is a 100% volunteer based rescue, which means that we relay on people donating their skills and time to help us be successful.
If you're interested in joining our team as a volunteer, please complete the below information and someone will reach out to you as soon as possible.
Are you interested in fostering?
Our team does a lot of communication using Facebook Messenger. Are you willing to use Messenger to communicate within the NNR volunteer community?
Are you willing to help screen applicants?
If yes, are you able to attend a brief online tutorial to learn the software we use to screen applicants?
Are you interested in helping with Fundraising?
Are you interested in joining our Social Media Team?
Are you interested in assisting our intake team?
Are you interested in being a mentor to fosters and adopters?
Are you willing to help with coordinating veterinary care for the dogs in rescue?
Are you interested in becoming a Placement Coordinator?
Are you interested in joining out Events Coordination team?
Are you willing to transport dogs to new foster or adoptive homes?
If you're willing to transport, please let us know what kind of vehicle you have, and if you it's large enough to hold a Newfie sized crate for transport. Please also indicate the areas/parts of the country where you are willing to transport to/from.
Are you willing to help groom dogs that come into rescue?
Our team does a lot of communication via e-mail. Please be sure to check your spam folder of your e-mail frequently so you don't miss a communication from one of our volunteers.
You are welcome to share a little bit about yourself and what draws you to rescue.
Can you tell us about any rescue experience you may have?
Are you interested in assisting our foster network team place incoming dogs with foster homes?