I'm starting to realize more and more each time I volunteer at the shelter that most of the people (staff) are there because it's a job. Also, most of the volunteers are there because they can say they're doing community service. I don't see many, if any, that are there because they actually love dogs and want to work with them and be around them. So I'm confused as to why they picked a shelter to donate their time to, when there are plenty of other volunteer opportunities elsewhere. Don't get me wrong, there are some people who seem to care for the dogs, and I'm sure the staff might have originally joined because they wanted to help, but I'm not sure if that got lost over time.