Congratulations on your decision to foster a dog and save a life!  Fostering is a great way to spend time with one of the wonderful dogs that we are placing by providing a temporary home during the adoption process. Foster parents are provided with all of the information we have on the dog, as well as food and vet care. This is a great way to enjoy the company of a dog on a short-term basis, while providing these dogs with much needed love, playtime, and affection. In many cases, approved adopters will come to the foster family's home to meet the dog before adoption. Interested foster parents should have experience with dogs. Also, due to the stress and anxiety our rescued dogs are under, we prefer homes where someone can be with the foster dog a good part of the day, and the home must have a securely fenced yard as well. If the foster parent has their own pet(s), that is fine, we will just be careful to place an appropriate dog into that home. An initial phone interview, a completed and approved foster application and a home visit will be required to become a foster parent.