It’s simple, one of the biggest ways you can save a life is by fostering. You not only save the life of the animal you foster, you open the door for another animal to exit the shelter and enter our rescue. In order to continue our mission and save more animals, we need your help!
We cannot save dogs without YOU and your temporary home. As a member of the Rescue City Foster Network, YOU are saving those lives.
Foster Network FAQs
What is fostering?
What are my responsibilities as a foster?
- Provide your rescue dog with food, water, a loving home, physical exercise, and mental stimulation (e.g., playtime). And of course, provide some TLC.
- Foster-Parents are responsible for bringing the rescue dog to veterinary appointments, and provide any required at-home medical care, such as administering medications (individual cases).
- Conduct training with rescue dog with our guidance – from practicing basic commands to behavioral training, if necessary. In some cases, Foster-Parents will need to bring the dog in for training sessions with our partnered trainers.
Does it cost money to foster?
How long does a foster arrangement typically last?
What are the benefits of fostering?
What is foster-to-adopt?
On behalf of the entire Rescue City Team, thank you for your help and interest in opening up your heart and home to a dog in need. FOSTERING SAVES LIVES! If you have any fostering questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.