Save a Life. Foster a Dog.
Like all rescues, we need committed foster homes so that we can continue rescuing those who need us the most. The more fosters we have available, the more lives we can save.
By "committed", we mean that you're willing to work with and through any issues that may come along with these rescue dogs. Most commonly these issues are: house training, separation anxiety (because you are the first "family" that have had in a long time), crate training, boundaries, confidence building, leash walking, and socializing.
Remember that we are here with you every single step of the way and are available 24/7 for any questions or concerns you may have with your foster dog or puppy.
We provide our fosters with EVERYTHING - food, supplies needed, continuous support with 24/7 text line throughout your foster home. All YOU need to provide is a SAFE, LOVING, and temporary foster home until they are ready to and do find their forever home.
The dogs who do not have a foster home are either on a waiting list to come to the ranch or are living with us on the ranch however that also means less room for us to save more lives. If you have the extra couch space for one, two, or however many you can accommodate, we could greatly appreciate it.
To read more about fostering, the process, and how to get started, please go to our "FOSTER" page at the top of the website. Application is available there.
"On the fence about fostering?
I would rather cry watching them leave our home to live a life of happiness and joy in a loving home than cry because no one stepped up to help them and they died alone, frightened, and sad in a shelter.
Fostering saves lives. Try it!"
Please continue scroll to view dogs in need of or could use a foster home. All dogs are dog-friendly unless stated otherwise. Please contact us for more information if you can foster that dog.