Have you ever wanted to foster but didn’t know what was involved? We have the answers to who, what, where, when, why and how!
Who can foster?
Who do I contact if I have questions?
What does it mean to foster?
What is provided by the rescue?
What do I have to provide?
What happens when my foster gets adopted?
You can still foster! All fosters will be properly introduced with the other animals in the house by our foster coordinator
Where does my foster come from?
When does my foster leave?
Fostering frees up a spot at animal control so another animal can be taken in.
You are saving a life!
How do I know if fostering is right for me?
Fostering is a key step in the process of keeping previously unwanted canines find their furever home. While many potential pet owners are interested in adopting dogs that come from a shelter or other negative situations, many individuals are not equipped to help the dog make the transition into a normal home. By fostering dogs and using your skill, patience and understanding of a dog’s unique needs, you can help the dog adjust to life in a healthy domestic setting and ensure that it will have a smooth and successful transition into the life and home of its new owner.
How do I apply?
Once your application is received, it will be reviewed including a vet check. If approved, you will be contacted to schedule a home visit.
Here are before and after
His 1st picture was taken the day he was rescued from Animal Control, and the 2nd picture was taken just a few weeks before he was adopted.
This is the difference you can