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

What to Expect:

By fostering, you’re helping to save lives. Fostering is an easy, direct, and short-term way to make a lifetime of difference. You’ll be preparing your foster dog for life as part of a family.

If you are interested in other areas to volunteer, that’s great too.  Whether volunteer or foster we will provide training on how to be an excellent and safe volunteer.

We pay for the dogs’ medical care, update vaccines, microchipping, spay and neuter, and other necessities.

Apply today to become a valuable member of our volunteer team!

What you need to be a Volunteer or Foster:

Foster needs:

  • a loving home
  • time to spend
  • patience
  • have a big heart

Other volunteers can:

  • transport dogs
  • help with administration efforts
  • join a committee
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