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We Need Foster Homes!
The pets you see on this page would do best if they had loving foster homes. Some for medical reasons. Some for behavioral reasons. Some.... just because. PLEASE HELP US, HELP THEM TAKE THEIR NEXT STEPS!
When you foster, we provide the food and vet care. We also provide professional training, and doggy day care as needed. You provide the love.
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Sadie is a "scaredy cat" who is housetrained and already has indoor manners. Needs confidence building. And love. Fine with cats, dogs, kids....
Urban lost his mama to an untimely death. He has a heart murmer. He is fearful and needs a patient foster that will follow up with his medical care.
Skinner is a young Aussie/ Beagle mix who has completed his heartworm treatment. He loves other dogs and needs a privacy type fence (he can scale a chain link.) Or he can simply be walked on a leash.
LeRoy is a senior kitty that is seeking a Hospice foster home.
Elsa is a Pittie Pup with a broken leg. Needs a medical foster, near Red Bank Vet Hospital.
Butch is a bitty kitty who needs socialization. He likes to be petted, but is easily overwhelmed.
Libby is two years old. Very high energy. Needs a home with a "job." Will be attending a month long training and, once that is complete... needs a dog loving foster home to follow through. (Approx. May 2017.)
Piper has come a long way in our care. But he needs a foster family to help him make the jump to truly trusting humans.
Colleen is very pretty. Gets along fine with other dogs and OK with cats. Just needs some house manners, and she will be a perfect companion.
White Knight is FIV+. He is a friendly kitty that can be an "only" or can live with others who have FIV. Total lover!
You can save a life. And we'll help you do it!
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