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Glen Highland Farm - 217 Pegg Rd - Morris, NY  13808

To Foster, Volunteer and/or Transport
The Rescue world is comprised of volunteers who love the breed or just want to help animals. We appreciate anyone who is interested in helping us carry out the work at Glen Highland Farm because there's no way we could ever do it alone.

TRANSPORT:

There are people near and far who help transport dogs between states, insuring that the dogs can come from pounds all over to get to us, sometimes by car, sometimes by air. No matter how they arrive, without each person doing their part in the 'dog chain', these dogs would not survive. Each person drives a distance of approximately 1-2 hours in most cases so its not a burden on any one person.

So, if you'd like to help, please consider TRANSPORT. All you need is to provide us with your phone and email and whatever distances and areas you're willing to cover and we'll contact you whenever the need arises to move a dog. If you're called and cannot help out, that's okay, maybe another time will work out.

WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF TRANSPORT HELP SINCE DOGS COME FROM PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY, CONNECTICUT, LONG ISLAND, NYC AND OTHER NEARBY NORTHEAST AREAS.


FOSTERING:

Many people really want to help dogs directly so they FOSTER. A dog or two will live in your home for two weeks to 1 month until a new home is found. You provide the love, the food and shelter, and help the dog in whatever ways possible. If you can teach obedience like sit, stay and come, that's very helpful to getting the dog ready for a new home. If you can handle some of the vet costs, that's great. Most dogs need a heartworm test, worming and spaying or neutering. If you cannot do that part, we can cover the costs. 

We work with you throughout the entire process, reviewing applicants and facilitating the potential candidates coming to meet the dog. Your role in knowing the dog is critical to appropriate placement so we work hand in hand together to understand what's best for each dog.


VOLUNTEERING:

Other people really like to get involved at Glen Highland Farm as a VOLUNTEER. If you'd like to help with the dozen rescue dogs onsite, we're glad to have extra hands for feeding, walking, exercising and playing. If you love dogs, this is a great place to be. 

Other ways to volunteer are in helping with mailings, with internet research or with transport coordination. If you have a special skill, were always open to whatever youd like to do. For example, some people have graphics backgrounds and offer to design logos or brochures or the website; other people have connections for food, supplies and other dog items, so they organize items coming to us.

WE VALUE WHATEVER YOU WANT TO BRING TO THE RESCUE WORK AND HOPE THAT YOU WANT TO JOIN US IN HELPING THESE GREAT DOGS!