Volunteer of the Month: Bri Walton
February 2, 2017
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Bri Walton began volunteering for Salt Lake County Animal Services in August of 2016. Bri was very enthusiastic and jumped right into working with the dogs.
Bri comes in to the shelter almost every Saturday with her roommate and between the two of them they try to work together to get each dog out for some sunshine and socialization and they also make sure they have clean kennels.
Making sure dogs are getting out and getting socialization, helps improve their behavior when potential adopters are coming in to look at them in kennels. It also gives staff important information on how they are interacting with the volunteers.
Bri quickly became an Orange collar volunteer which allowed her to work with more of our adoptable dogs and to help work on training with them.
Bri has also worked adoption events and helped co-foster one of our senior dogs,
who was struggling in the shelter.
Bri is a wonderful example of what volunteering is all about!!!
From all of us here at SLCO Animal Services:
THANK YOU BRI!!!!!!
WE APPRECIATE YOU!!!!!
Volunteers are love in motion! ~ Author Unknown