Fosters give their dogs shelter and love while we look for their forever homes. We provide leashes, collars, ID tags, crates and vet care.
K-9 Dogs stay with their fosters until they are adopted, which can take one day to several weeks. Of course, if a K-9 Dog turns out to not be a good fit for your home, we will always move him or her.
Consider opening your home and heart to a K-9 Lifesavers Dog! Fill out the Foster Questionnaire and email to our Foster Coordinator Yvette at email@example.com
These wonderful dogs are all looking for foster homes right now:
is a 1-2 year old boxer mix with tons of energy! He would benefit from a loving foster home who can help burn his energy and help him learn some doggie manners. Otis knows a few basic commands like “Sit” and “Down” but would be an even better forever family member if a foster worked with him on commands like “Off” when he stands up on his back legs to give you a huge hug!
Caleb is a lovable guy who has grown up in our boarding. He was brought into the rescue as a high energy teenager and has loved playtime with the other dogs. Caleb has matured into a stunning young adult and would love a foster home where he can have people of his own to love instead of just staff members and volunteers. Caleb would love a person or couple to connect too! He would be the very best friend to watch movies with! He wont talk the whole time but may eat all of the popcorn. He just wants a person so badly, could it be you?
is another gentleman who has grown up in boarding. This handsome fellow has been with us well over a year and is so eager to be your best friend. He loves people and other dogs! He has a great energy level and would be a pro if someone would teach him a cool new hobby like Frisbee or Hide and Seek. Hopper is a great dog who is wicked smart! We’ve had a blast with him but he could really use a home! Won’t you open yours to this lovable goof ball???