4/5 days a week, 4 hours in the morning. Animals include Horses, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, turkeys, a donkey and an alpaca.
Feed the animals, put hay out, clean and fill water buckets, clean waste in the yards/stalls and any other farm duties that are necessary which can include helping administering meds, bathing, catching animals when the vet comes, mending fencing/electric fencing, preparing stalls and yards for the winter and other farm chores that come up.
Approximately 20 – 24 hours per week. 8:00 am to 12:00 PM
$15 per hour
Only by appointment will be considered. Call J. Lovett at 919-880-0851
Pip was born with no front legs. His parents belonged to a private breeder and because of his affliction, was scheduled to be euthanized. Hating to see the pup euthanized, a neighbor called WARM and WARM took him in.
As Julie Finlayson, the Director of WARM, states in the video — Pip doesn't know there is anything wrong with him. He runs and plays with the other small dogs at WARM and is just a happy, healthy little dog. Pip loves everyone he meets and everyone who meets Pip falls in love with him.
Pip is happy the way he is, but we plan on making Pip even happier. As soon as we can hold him still long enough (he is such a bundle of energy) to get measurements and raise the money, we are going to fit Pip with a pair of Eddie's Wheels!
WARM will once again be participating in the Annual Dickens Christmas Show held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, November...Read more