FOSTER HOME NEEDED: Domino's foster can only keep him for a couple more weeks.
Can you say handsome? Officially available for adoption locally and transport to New England, MD and PA - he is a 2 year old lab/border collie mix (best guess - predominately lab down to his webbed feet!). He has lots of energy and LOVES to play and retrieve! Great, sweet dog that will be fantastic for an active family or individual! Approximately 65lbs he is 2 years old and VERY friendly. He has gotten along well with everyone we have introduced him to and also with the other dog in his foster home. Domino is crate trained and will...
REHOMING / FOSTER REQUEST:- Meet Grizz. This sweet boy is a 7-month old puppy whose owner has had a change of circumstances and cannot keep him. He is good with kids and other dogs. If you can help, please call Dana at 901-497-2379. Or you may email us at email@example.com Thank you!
Extremely short term foster needed for chocolate lab, 3 year old male. Already has a commitment up north - we just need someone to hold for heartworm test, update vaccines etc. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help!
This sweet face needs a home! The son of one of our foster families found this stray dog yesterday and he's pretty emaciated. We would love to help but he needs a place to crash ASAP - they are not able to keep him right now. Please email us at email@example.com if you are able to foster him! Thanks
Earlier today, we announced the exciting news about Riley's adoption. Fairytale endings like this are not possible without kind folks opening their homes and fostering dogs in need. Is it hard letting them go? Of course. But every foster parent will tell you - seeing your foster dog find his forever family is worth a few temporary tears. Here is a beautiful slideshow that Riley's foster mom Veronica created as a tribute to Foster Families everywhere. If you're moved by the message, please consider becoming "the bridge between what was and what can be... the pathway to a new life." Consider fostering. Please share.
Riley had been waiting longer than usual to find his Perfect Match. He came into our rescue with not only a broken leg, but also a crushed spirit. With love and time, both his leg and his soul were healed.
When Riley was ready to move on to the next chapter in his life, we knew that his forever family would need to be extraordinary. They would need to be patient and kind. Their home would need to be in a quiet neighborhood and have a fenced yard in which Riley could safely run and play. They would need to be as special as he is. Riley deserved nothing less. And so, the search began.
Please take a second to look at these two photos. Same dog, the photos taken one week apart. It looks like a completely different dog, right? So what changed? What made Daisy appear happy & calm this week, rather than anxious like last week? The Answer: A Foster Home.
Daisy was at a shelter - a good shelter, we might add. The volunteers there care for the animals and give them the necessities, plus as much attention and time in the yard as possible. But, it's not a real home.
Now, Daisy is being fostered by a loving family, in a real home. She is sleeping on a real bed, getting the restful sleep she's been missing the...