Animals Needing Foster
Our fosters play a crucial role in helping our animals find their forever home. Fosters are important because they help transition the dogs from rescue to forever by providing a safe home environment for our animals. They also allow us to learn more about who the animals are to help better match them with adopters.
Our rescue provides for all of the needs while in foster. If you have an open space on your couch, here are the pups needing a temporary place to call home until their forever comes along (please note if you have a pup, a meet and greet is required prior to placement):
Finn is a 6 year old male. He's a tadbit selective and prefers a home with female dogs and a proper introduction. We will help with intros as we require a meet and greet with all animals. Finn is eager to please and loves to go for car rides
Draco is a short, stocky pit, around 5 years old. He loves humans and affection. But he's not ready to share. He is not good with other dogs, so he needs to be the only pet, or he needs adequate space to be kept separate from other pets. He has a dislocated jaw that is not able to be repaired, so he's a unique and goofy boy.
Nala is a 3 year old female doberman with natural ears and a fun personality. She has some formal training under her belt and is a really good girl. Unfortunately she was never socialized properly so her tolerance of other dogs is not great. She would do best in a home with no other pets. But she is good with kids! She is high energy and has potential to knock down the littles, so 6+ age range is best.
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