Fostering Dogs & Cats Saves Lives—Fostering Tips.

Fostering a dog or cat is such a huge part of the rescue organization. We do not have a shelter (building) so all the dogs we pull from city/county shelters go straight to our volunteer foster homes.

McGarrett, German Shepherd puppy and his foster siblings
Spending time with his foster siblings is a great opportunity for socialization. (McGarrett, German Shepherd puppy)

Staying with a foster family home helps them heal, and thrive going forward. Many dogs who were fearful become happy once they are out of the shelter. Fostering increases the chance for them to get adopted.

archer and keanu relaxing at foster homes.
Archer (left) and Keanu (right) relaxing at their foster home

Join Our Foster Home Network!

We are always in need of a foster family especially someone who can foster large breed dogs or pregnant mama dogs/cats. If you can foster shelter dogs/cats, please read our Foster Home Network page and apply online!

Fostering Tips

We have added Fostering Tips section on our website. This includes tips for fostering pregnant mom dogs. We’ll be adding more resources in the future!