May 2019 Volunteer Spotlight

We are excited to introduce you to Hannah, our May volunteer of the month. Hannah has really taken initiative and helped us out on a variety of things that we are truly grateful for. Although she can’t foster right now, she transports dogs, does short overnight stays, helps with events, and is always sharing our posts to get the word out about Paw Patrol.

Hannah recently helped us learn a bit more about her and here is what she had to say, “Currently, I am working on my Masters in Physics at Wright State University, as well as being an active skater for Gem City Roller Derby in my spare time. Animals have always been a passion for me as I was raised around dogs my entire life. My parents have a papillon mix and a bloodhound/coonhound mix, who are the lights of my life! Since I am always on the go with school, work, and derby I am aware I am unable to have a dog of my own at this point of my life, which is what drew me to volunteering for Paw Patrol.

With Paw Patrol, I am able to have a hand in helping dogs find loving homes, and I am able to spend time around the dogs, as well. Paw Patrol stuck out to me above other rescues because of their determination to help dogs that may otherwise be overlooked. Paw Patrol goes above and beyond to aide in behavioral corrections to make dogs more adoptable, as well as taking in dogs which have special needs, disabilities or are older and less likely to get adopted. Knowing all the adoptable dogs are in fosters being cared for in a home environment is another aspect that I love. Paw Patrol goes above and beyond to help dogs find their perfect fit and I am truly lucky to be a part of it!

And we are lucky to call Hannah one of our volunteers. Thanks again, Hannah!

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