Becoming a Foster: Final Steps

DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS WE ARE CURRENT NOT ACCEPTING MOST NEW FOSTERS AT THIS TIME.  WE ARE ONLY ACCEPTING FOSTER PARENTS WHO CAN TAKE IN LARGE BREED DOGS (PITBULL, HUSKY, OR SHEPHERD TYPE) AND ARE ABLE TO KEEP THOSE DOGS SEPARATE FROM OTHER ANIMALS IN THE HOME FOR AT LEAST 2-3 WEEKS. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO FOSTER THESE TYPES OF DOGS PLEASE CONTINUE TO CHECK BACK ON THIS PAGE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT WHEN WE WILL START NEW FOSTERS TRAININGS AGAIN.

1. Volunteer Orientation video

Foster parents do not need to become an “on-site” volunteer or attend the “first day volunteer training”, but they are required to watch this video.

2. Foster Orientation video

Foster parents do not need to become an “on-site” volunteer or attend the “first day volunteer training”, but they are required to watch this video.

3. Schedule an Appointment

Schedule a Dog/Cat Foster Matchmaking or Kitten Training Appointment.  You can also click here to view dogs in most need of fostering.  This list does not include all dogs available for foster.