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Fostering saves lives. Taking a pet into your home for a short length of time not only helps that pet but also frees up space at the DAWG House and allows us to move in more animals from the city pound. Often we need “medical” fosters who can provide a safe place for animals to recuperate from illness or injury. Moms and babies also benefit from time in a foster home away from all the shelter commotion.

DAWG can provide you all the necessary supplies / food for the tenure of your foster.

If you are interested in becoming a foster for DAWG, please download and send us a foster application or you can complete the online version. A DAWG volunteer will contact you.

Name *
Do you own or rent your residence? *
If you rent, have you already received your landlord's permission to foster animals? *
Do you have a fenced yard? *
Do you have other pets? *
Are your pets on heartworm preventive medication? *
Are your pets on flea/tick preventive medication? *
Have you ever had parvo- or feline leukemia-infected animals on the premises? *
Do you have children or child visitors? *
Are you willing to foster: *