The Wag Shack is a shelter intervention program. We pull dogs from kill shelters that would otherwise not make it out. They might be heartworm positive, have demodectic mange, broken limbs, or pregnant. Every dog that we take in has age appropriate vaccines and has been temperament tested by the respective shelters. We have a policy that we do not take in strays for several reasons. First, taking in a dog with unknown health can be risky. Second, a strays temperament might not be known or we might not receive accurate information. We typically stay full and usually do not have any open spots to add dogs that we have not committed to. We are always looking for volunteers to take a shift at the Shack. Morning shifts include feeding the dogs, refreshing water buckets, sweeping/mopping the kennels, and refreshing linens. PM shifts include scooping yards, refreshing water buckets, and feeding if needed. Both shifts should offer lots of love! We also have a dog park for those that might like to come by and take a dog or two down for a play time! Volunteers should be 18 or accompanied by an adult. All volunteers must attend a training session and sign a waiver.