Foster Program

“Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.” – Karen Davison


What we ask of our fosters:

  • Provide a safe, clean, and loving environment
  • We ask that you show your foster pet kindness, consistency and patience
  • Help us get our rescue adopted; attend adoption events, take pictures and videos for our social media platform
  • Provide daily or weekly updates on the dogs progress 
  • Transportation to and from the vet or adoption events

What we provide our fosters:

  • Crate/bedding
  • Food with bowls
  • Treats
  • Toys
  • Leash
  • Collar w/tags(Collar may have airtag attached)DO NOT TAKE COLLAR OR TAGS OFF FOR ANY REASON
  • Nutritional items for preventative care (If we have in stock)
  • Flea/Tick and Heartworm

Basic guidelines to follow while caring for a dog: 

  • At no point should our rescue dog be off leash in a open public area
  • If an injury occurs, reach out to us so we can provide you guidance
  • When it comes to planned vacations please give us proper notice so we can find placement
  • Educate yourself of basic dog care prior to foster commitment
  • Slow introductions to other animals in the home and outside the home

When a foster should contact a Rescue PAC volunteer immediately:

  • Injury to the dog
  • If our rescue bites someone, another dog, or is bit by another dog
  • If our rescue escapes you or your home
Fostering a dog is truly rewarding in so many ways. You get to be apart of a dogs journey and the transformation you get to witness is remarkable.

Foster's Information

What dog(s) are you applying to foster?

Emergency Contact

Living Arrangements

If renting, please provide the following:

Do you have a fenced in yard?

Are there any slats/openings that could allow a small dog to get in/out?

If any people are living with you, please list them below:

Is everyone in your home aware that you have applied to foster?

Is everyone agreeable to having a foster at home?

Animal Care

How many hours per day will the foster(s) be left alone?

When left alone, fosters will be:

Are you able to transport foster to vet and adoption events?

Please list all animals living with you:

We need fosters!