Duke Puppy Kindergarten interest form
The Duke Canine Cognition Center is partnering with Canine Companions for Independence (
) to start a puppy center here at Duke! Beginning next semester, we will have puppies living right here on campus in the Bio Sci building. Our mission is twofold: we will help prepare the puppies to become service dogs for people with disabilities, and we will take them around campus to spread joy in the Duke community. During the day, the puppies will be cared for by Duke students and staff. We will need volunteers to come by the puppy center to take care of the puppies, and we will also have people take the puppies on outings around Duke and Durham. This survey is to indicate that you are interested in volunteering at the puppy center.
Graduate or professional student
President of Duke University
Not Duke affiliated
Would you be interested in volunteering at Duke's puppy center?
Why do you want to get involved at Duke's puppy center?
Realistically, how many hours per week do you estimate that you would be able to volunteer at the puppy center in Spring 2018?
What role(s) would you be interested in having at the puppy center?
Husbandry (cleaning, feeding, bathing, etc.)
Socialization (taking on outings around campus and in Durham)
Puppy-sitting (hanging out with the puppies during the day)
Training (teaching puppies commands, leash-walking etc.)
Would you be willing to come in and care for puppies as early as 6 AM?
Would you be willing to come in and care for puppies as late as 10 PM?
Would you be willing to come in and care for puppies on weekends?
Do you have any prior experience with dogs?
Do you have any prior experience with animal husbandry?
How did you hear about the puppy center?
Word of mouth
What is your favorite thing about puppies?
Questions or comments
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