A great opportunity for long term volunteers who love dogs! Dedicated dog trainers are needed (training will be provided) for our lovable furry friends. Remember even if you have limited time you can stop by to walk the dogs.
Language Proficiency: One
Time Commitment: 1-2 hours a week for 3 months
First training session on May 10th 09:30-11:00am
Location: Animals Taiwan Center (please check below for directions)
We are looking for dedicated volunteers who can offer up 1-2 hours a week (more if possible) to train Animal Taiwan dogs for 3 months. One of our dedicate volunteers is willing to teach you how to train a dog to walk nicely on the leash, sit, lie down and stay.
Once you’ve had your training, you will choose one dog to train. You must be willing and able to come to the centre at least once a week for 1 – 2 hours for the following 3 months. Any day of the week that is suitable for you.
Please only sign up for the training session if you can seriously make the commitment. There will be only 10 places for each training.
The first dog training lesson will be on May 10th – 9:30am to 11am.
More details on Transport:
No. 3, Lane 24, Zhou Mei Street, Beitou / 台灣台北市北投區洲美街24巷3號
Google Map here
Since the training starts at 09:30, you would not be able to take the bus that particular day but you can take the MRT to ZhiShan and then it’s a 15 minute walk or a 3-5 minute cab ride.
Please take the MRT to Jiantan station and then bus #68 to “Zhou Mei Li” stop, the second stop after the vehicle turns on Zhou Mei Street. The bus schedule is limited so please find the below for reference:
Weekdays/Rush hour: 10:00am, 10:50am, 11:35am, 12:00pm, 12:20pm, 1:20pm, 3:00pm, 3:50pm Weekends/Public Holidays: 10:20am, 11:20am, 12:00pm, 12:50pm, 2:20pm, 3:20pm, 4:20pm
If you are driving, go toward Shilin and take Cheng De Road, section 5. Once you cross the bridge overlooking the park turn left at the traffic lights onto Zhou Mei Street. Drive down and pretty soon you will turn right onto Lane 24 (second lane on Zhou Mei Street and is before the flashing traffic lights)