Foster families need to provide:
- A healthy and safe environment for their foster dogs
- Transportation to and from the shelter and all vet appointments as needed
- A place in your home to keep the foster dog separate from other animals in the home
- Socialization and cuddle time to help teach dogs positive family and pet relationships
- Lots of exercise and positive stimulation to help them develop into great dogs
- Documentation that your resident dogs are spayed/neutered and currently vaccinated against DA2PP, Bordetella, and Rabies
(One other quick note: your husband must be OK with you fostering. We don't want to be responsible for your divorce.)
Ready to start? Click here to access our online foster application.
Once you're approved to join our team as a foster parent, you will receive a Foster Care Manual that provides additional information about caring for your foster dog. We'll review that document with you during a brief, in-person training session where we can chat more about our foster program and answer any questions you may have before you take home your first dog.
More questions? Feel free to direct your inquiries to email@example.com.