Become a Foster Parent and help a homeless pet!
Fostering a dog means providing a temporary home while we work on finding them a permanent home. Without people like you, we are unable to pull these abandoned animals from shelters and into safety as we do not have a facility nor the funds to board dogs. Fostering a rescue dog is a major factor in a dogs life, a life that may not be possible. All of our rescues come from shelters where they are at high risk of being euthanized. In fact, many will run out of time waiting for a rescuer that will never come. Please help us change that!
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Why I Volunteer
When I lost my dog of 13 years, I felt lost. I didn't know if I could have another dog again. My heart felt like I was replacing him. Then I volunteered. I cried with the first couple of dogs but the organization was so kind. Then the feeling of realizing how I was helping others, how I was making families happy, seeing the smiles on their face. It was such an emotional healing and honor to my Sammy Girl. Seven years later and I still volunteer, foster, do what I can.