By
Kate Kaurich
5 April 2019
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Volunteer Spotlight: Dale K

Oh what can we say about our pal Dale K? He is just a hoot! Dale is kind, generous and always has smile to share. His laugh is contagious and when he’s around you can’t help but feel an extra pep in your step. Dale has been volunteering with us for a little over a year and has given 280+ hours of service! Over the last year he has walked miles and miles with pups in need, taken many, many dogs home on Gimme-A-Break, has been a huge help at some events and is a regular Retriever for our Wednesday Playgroups.



By
mmorefield
1 April 2019
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“I feel like I’m in the hood…” and other judgey Jethro comments

Real talk everyone, I’m a lover not a fighter! I am sooo over being judged because I have a big noggin, I got the floppy ears, and I keep myself fit. I will not apologize for the way I look: My friends at AAWL tell me I’m very handsome, and I know I am beautiful on the inside, too.



By
Michael Morefield
14 March 2019
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"We're going to help your friends."

When your rural partners ask quietly for any food you can spare, you listen. Groups that operate on small budgets, and still do incredible work in their communities across the state. Rescues that have helped us save over 6,000 lives from our Rural Rescue network since 2016, Like our puppy Morgan. If they are asking, we know it’s serious. And now we ask for your help.



By
Michael Morefield
7 March 2019
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By
Kate Kaurich
28 February 2019
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Volunteer Spotlight: Ali G & Mary C

We have another dynamic duo of volunteers to spotlight this month: Ali G & Mary C! Ali has been with AAWL since 2016 and has given 325+ hours of service. Mary has been with us since 2015 and has given 850+ hours! These two give so much of themselves to our shelter dogs in so many ways including our weekly hikes, Playgroups, Mentoring, our Champion program and more!



By
Kate Kaurich
1 February 2019
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Volunteer Spotlight: Karen B

Our Chandler Mall Adoption Center would surely be hurting without volunteers like Karen B. Karen has been volunteering at the Mall Adoption center ever since the glorious day we took that storefront over from a puppy mill pet shop in 2012 and has given nearly 1,000 hours of service since! Karen is an excellent caretaker for our animals and always ready to pitch in whenever we are in need. We can rest easy knowing that every Sunday, Karen will be there, not only taking care of our animals, but keeping an eye out for the Chandler Mall staff as well!



By
Kate Kaurich
4 January 2019
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Volunteer Spotlight: Joe and Vicki D

Joe and Vicki D – another Dynamic Dou to volunteer at AAWL! Have we mentioned how much we love when couples, friends, siblings, etc volunteer together? Well , we do! The husband and wife duo of Vicki and Joe are no different. They have dedicated their time to AAWL for going on three years, collectively giving over 1,300 hours of service.



By
Michael Morefield
3 January 2019
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2018 Impact Report

We had an incredible 2018, thanks to you! Your support made us stronger together: We saved more lives, made more families, helped more youth campers, visited more schools, and spread the word of adoption and animal welfare across the state. Read our impact report, see the difference you made in your community, and get ready for an even better 2019!

 



By
Michael Morefield
7 December 2018
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Volunteer Spotlight: Joyce

Joyce is a truly wonderful human, not only at the shelter but in her regular work hours as well. She has dedicated her career to special needs children working as a teacher’s assistant. She also runs marathons and is a talented artist! Since 2013, Joyce has spent over 1,500 hours volunteering at AAWL (WOW!). Through thick and thin she has been a vital member of our Cattery team.



By
Michael Morefield
2 November 2018
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Volunteer Spotlight: Andy and Michelle G

When asked about the sorts of tasks Andy & Michelle G help out with around the Chandler Mall Adoption enter, Katlyn Riggs, the Adoption Center Manager, said “What do they NOT do?? They are incredible! They are reliable and basically do everything!

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