Foster Candidates

Thank you for visiting our foster candidates page! Below is a current list of pets who need rehabilitation through our foster care program.

If you are a licensed Society foster volunteer, and you’re interested in taking in one of these pets, please email us at foster@anticruelty.org. If you are not a current member of the foster team, but you would like to get involved, please visit our Foster Program webpage for additional details on how you can help.

FOSTER CANDIDATES AWAITING PLACEMENT


Updated: 2/14/18 2:26 p.m.


Rowdy

Age: 1y 4m

Reason for Foster: Heartworm (+)

Length of foster stay: Through 4/30/2018 (or as long as willing)

Help alleviate stress while Rowdy completes treatment for Heartworm Disease. Caring for a Heartworm(+) dog is easy! Just avoid obvious arousal spikes such as: running, fetch & tug games. Be sure to also avoid the local wildlife. Medicating a dog battling Heartworm is also easy! Just one pill-once a month in some yummy food! Rowdy will be thankful for the extra care he receives only a foster home can provide during his treatment.


RECENTLY ASSIGNED

Fiona (Pending pick-up. Thank you, Jay!)

Age: 8y

Reason for foster: Adoption Ambassador

Length of foster stay: As long as willing

Fiona has become depressed in the shelter due to her advanced age and prior acclimation into her former home. Fiona is having difficulty attracting adopters due to this and is in need of Adoption Ambassador placement. Adoption Ambassadors is a foster program which is designed to attract adopters using various social media platforms to create interest. Foster homes are less stress-inducing than the shelter environment so Foster Ambassador Animals will begin to show more desirable behavior which you can post with requests to share to find an adopter outside of our shelter walls. All you have to do is maintain Fiona and market her! Once a connection is made we`ll arrange a meeting onsite or at the locale of your choice! Fiona is adoption ready, low key and is exceptional in her housebrokeness. Do you have the social media saavy and will to give a Fiona the best chance at finding a new home?

Licorice & Pepe (Pending pick-up. Thanks, Autumn!)

Age: 2m

Reason for foster: Age/weight gain (decreased appetite)

Length of stay: 4 Weeks

Licorice & Pepe need socialization in a normalized environment in an effort to spur appetite. Thin for their age this pair needs intervention and your home might be the perfect match! HIGH RISK FOSTERS for experienced fosters only.

Forklift, Loader, Blinder (adopter already recruited) – thank you Jacinta!

Age: 6 weeks

Reason for Foster: Too Young

Length of foster stay: 3 weeks

These three adorable pups came in with their siblings after being found living on the street as strays. They are hearty and in good health and just need some time to bulk and grow up in a foster home. As puppies they will need someone who can teach them the ins and outs of what it takes to be a well-behaved companion. Foster will need to have a plan on how to socialize them while redirecting mouthiness and inappropriate chewing. Think typical puppy shenanigans! These three have been deliberately paired up to provide a balance in personalities – so they must go out together. Please note that the gentleman who rescued this trio is already pre-approved to adopt Blinder.

Paver &  Dozer – thank you Cary!

Age: 6 weeks

Reason for Foster: Too Young

Length of foster stay: 3 weeks

These two adorable pups came in with their siblings after being found living on the street as strays. They are hearty and in good health and just need some time to bulk and grow up in a foster home. As puppies they will need someone who can teach them the ins and outs of what it takes to be a well-behaved companion. Foster will need to have a plan on how to socialize them while redirecting mouthiness and inappropriate chewing. Think typical puppy shenanigans! These two have been deliberately paired up to provide a balance in personalities – so they must go out together.

Tractor & Lorry – Thank you Brianna!

Age: 6 weeks

Reason for Foster: Too Young

Length of foster stay: 3 weeks

These two adorable pups came in with their siblings after being found living on the street as strays. They are hearty and in good health and just need some time to bulk and grow up in a foster home. As puppies they will need someone who can teach them the ins and outs of what it takes to be a well-behaved companion. Foster will need to have a plan on how to socialize them while redirecting mouthiness and inappropriate chewing. Think typical puppy shenanigans! These two have been deliberately paired up to provide a balance in personalities – so they must go out together.

Bella

(Thanks Angela-Adoption Ambassador)

Bella

(Thanks Connie!)

Romeo

(Thanks, Kristina!)

Nala

(Thanks Sharif!)

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