We are proud to be an all volunteer organization, and we operate on a 100% foster model. That means that, instead of operating a shelter, we provide support to the people who rescue dogs off the street and are able to foster them in their homes until they are adopted. Because of our volunteers, over 500 dogs have been saved from a desperate life on the streets. Whether leading a team, providing a temporary safe place for a dog to stay, volunteering here in La Paz or in the US, Canada and elsewhere, our volunteers all play a part in helping to save a dog’s life.
Escort a Pet Home
Someone flying from La Paz, Cabo, San Diego, or Los Angeles can escort an adopted dog to its new home on their flight. This volunteer is called a “Pet Escort.” There is no additional cost and Baja Dogs handles all of the logistics including checking in the dog at the airport and picking it up upon arrival.
Browse Volunteer Positions
There are many different opportunities to help. Whether you live in Mexico, the US, or Canada, you can get involved and be part of the team that helps find these dogs their new perfect home!
You don’t need to be in La Paz to make a difference!
Not sure how to help? Check here.
By answering a few (6-8) easy questions about your skills, location, and preferences, you can see the opportunities available in your location and which type(s) of volunteer experiences may be right for you. Once you are ready, you can send in a volunteer application and we’ll help you get started.
Frequently asked questions about volunteering:
There are many opportunities and you can browse them all or take a quick self-assessment to see what might be most interesting to you.
Each volunteer role has a complete description of the responsibilities, qualifications, training, and the approximate time commitment. So the time commitment is very different depending on which role you are interested in filling.
Absolutely. Most of the “Behind the scenes” type roles are designed for volunteers who live in places besides La Paz. You can take the self-assessment and the first question is your location so you can see what roles will work based on that.
All of our dogs are in foster homes of the person who rescued them. But every Saturday morning from 9:00 am to 10:00 am we have training at the beach and we always need extra help there with the dogs. Check our events page for details.