Foster a Dog or Puppy Till a FURever Home is Found

We are always in need of foster homes. We have never found the situation where we had too many foster homes and too few dogs or puppies to place in foster care.

In fact, our ability to rescue more pets from shelters is limited first and foremost by the number of foster homes we have in which to place these great pets. If you are able, please consider opening your residence as a foster home to one or more of Real Good Dog Rescue’s great dogs and puppies.

If you foster, you would:

  • keep the dog or puppy in your home as an adopted pet
  • assist in getting the animal to adoption events
  • provide important information on the canine's personality, strengths, and weaknesses

Real Good Dog Rescue maintains financial responsibility for the dog.

The great thing is, you can always choose to adopt your fostered dog rather than placing the pet in another home. We have more than one home who has reported happily failing “Fostering 101“!

If you are interested in adopting your fostered dog, you must complete the same process and pay an adoption fee as other potential adopters.

See our current list of foster needs

Visit the list posted on our blog & regularly updated

Links to Important Foster Information

Want to fail at something & be happy about it?

Read some of our failed "Fostering 101" stories

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Failing "Fostering 101"

Did you ever fail a class? Lots of bad things happen with those failures. Read our volunteers' stories about failing their fostering of a special dog or puppy. Failing CAN be fun!


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