Volunteering for Homeless Animals – Belgrade Serbia

Other than our President Mila, we have no full time staff, so when you volunteer at the Pet Mondo, you are joining a family of enthusiasts committed to providing love and support for the homeless pets and cats and dogs in our care. As a volunteer, you’ll be rewarded for your efforts through recognition events and awards—and best of all, you’ll be helping homeless pets receive the loving care and second chances for happiness they deserve.

  • Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age
  • All volunteers must complete our 2 hour training session.
  • Volunteers must read and comprehend detailed policy and protocol information and apply relevant Pet Mondo procedures.
  • Human interaction is a requirement of all volunteer roles. Volunteers must always communicate professionally.
  • Volunteers must understand and fulfill all responsibilities of their role independently.
  • Some volunteer roles require volunteers: to stand, and/or walk for up to two hours; lift and carry up to 10 kg; and speak to customers, partners and other volunteers.
  • Pet Mondo requires at least three months commitment to volunteering.
  • Get in touch with our representatives – fill out our contact form or reach us via our social media pages.
  • Conduct an interview with our representatives – to learn more about your preferences and our volunteer needs.
  • Receive approval by email within 2 weeks.
    NOTE: If you do not receive an approval mail by two weeks after registration, it means we could not approve you based on results of background screening.
  • Once you receive your approval e-mail, follow the instructions to schedule your training session.
  • Complete 2 hour training session and you’re ready to roll!
  • You may start your volunteering career in Pet Mondo after all of the above steps are completed.

Join us and start making a difference! Contribute to No Homeless Pets in Serbia!

Not enough time?

We appreciate that many people would like to make a difference in the lives of homeless pets, but may not have the time to commit to volunteering. There are other ways to help: