Become a Foster
Fostering is a HUGE part of the animal rescue world
Fostering highly increases an animal's chance of getting adopted. Animals in foster care tend to be better socialized and better adjusted to living as a pet. It also helps potential adopters to see what a great personality the animal has in a home setting.
Some animals are not ready to be adopted immediately. In addition to needing extra love and care, they have to learn to trust people and live in a human environment. Foster parents help these animals by providing a temporary home until the animal is ready for adoption.
YOU feel good! The shelter or rescue group helps more animals and your foster pet is happy, healthy, and well-socialized. Talk about a win-win-win!!
How to Get Started: Fill out an Application
Fostering means taking a dog into your own and treating them as your own pet for a temporary time period. As a foster, you get to select your foster dog in regards to age, breed, size, gender, temperament, etc.
Our rescue will temporarily provide you with supplies. This includes food, crate, toys, etc. The rescue covers the cost of all medical care for the foster dogs.
The average time for fostering a dog is approximately 3 weeks
Some dogs get adopted in as little as 5 days. Some take a month or more depending on multiple factors.