Have you considered becoming a foster parent?
A foster parent provides food and shelter to a dog waiting for or being prepared for adoption. The cost of supplies is donated by the foster parent. Medical treatment such as spay and neuter or dental cleaning is provided by the rescue, however, the foster parent must use the professionals designated by the rescue and honor the appointments made by the rescue staff. Generally, foster parents are responsible for transporting their fosters to adoption events and medical appointments. Foster parents are required to provide information regarding their foster’s temperament, behavior, housebreaking, likes and dislikes, food brand and feeding schedules, medications, etc. to prospective adopters. A foster parent may sometimes offer to bring their foster to meet and greet prospective adopters and their other pets in their homes. Often, the foster parent has a great deal of input into the selection of the adoptive family. We take great care to find the best foster homes for our rescues, so if you are interested, you must submit an application online. A staff member will contact you within 24-48 hours to interview you and learn more about your specific situation. Thank you for caring!
Please download and complete the application or use our online form.
You can email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to: (602) 626-3518.
One of our volunteers will be in touch with you. Thank You!