Foster a dog

Join us as foster parents

There are no unwanted dogs, just unfound families! Join us and be our rescues' bridge to finding their homes. An additional foster home means an additional life saved. All food and medical bills will be covered by so ultimately, what we need is a safe space and an open mind and heart to help rehabilitate these rescues.

Requirements:
 
A safe space
Our priority is the safety of the dogs. The space has to be safe and escape-proof. No hazardous objects, loose fences etc.

Entire household's agreement
It is only fair if the entire household is on board even though you might be the main caregiver.

Committed duration
Please be transparent with your committed duration. These rescues are stressed out having experienced a big change in their lives. Changing foster homes again will stress them out further.

An open mind and heart

Willingness to work with the foster to help them acclimatise to living a life with humans. Gaining their trust, respecting their space.

We need you! If you are up to foster a dog, please complete the form:

Recruiting for experienced puppy fosterers 

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We believe that the puppy stage is a critical period. The foundations of learning, behaviour and socialisation are all laid during the first 12 weeks of a puppy’s life. The role of a puppy fosterer is to guide, expose and teach the puppies in a safe and positive environment.

Puppy fosterers will have to undergo training with our appointed trainer and training methods must be strictly adhered to. If you think you have what it takes to be a puppy fosterer, please reach out. 

We need you! If you are up to foster puppies, please complete the form:

What our fosters have to share:

"Every dog fostered is a chance given. A chance at finding a family and a home. If you have the capacity, please consider fostering! You'd be amazed at how much you can do for them.

“Fostering is not a test water experiment on whether you should have a dog. Foster dogs may require rehab, medical care and behavioural training. Foster only when you have ample to give and share, and maybe with foster fail/ adoption in mind ”

“Be forgiving and patient. There is no gold standard in foster care, but only the best approach for each dog. Every dog have different recovery timeline of and expect disappointments. Dont be dismay as your dedication will be rewarded with successful adoption!   ”

Jacqueline

Fosterer for Winter, Rose

Joyce

Fosterer for Landy

Selene

Fosterer for Groot, Rocket and Frosty