Do you want to help out a rescue but don't want to commit to adopting a dog or donating? Are you looking for a companion but not ready to commit to the emotional and financial commitment for a dog?
Having a network of fosters at Full Circle Rescue is essential as we don't have a facility for our dogs. It allows dogs to be saved from shelters and learn to adjust to a life at home. If you're considering opening your home for a rescue dog, know that it is a very important and a fulfilling role.
Fostering a dog allows our rescue to save more dogs from euthanasia and abandonment.
Fostering is a great choice if you are unsure if adopting is the right route for you, fostering will give you the chance to gain experience with a variety of breeds without the commitment of adopting!
Fostering is one of the most important roles in our rescue as we do not have a facility.
Fosters do not get paid, but they are not financially responsible for the rescue dog they have in their home.
Full Circle Rescue will provide all of the essentials for you to care for the dog that may include a crate, dog bed, food and vetting.
Fosters will need to commit to helping us adjust our rescue pups to a life in a home. We ask you to provide our dogs the love and structure they need to know they are safe. Responsibilities may include:
Yes! You can foster if you have pets or children in your home.
We ask that you be transparent with what your capabilities are for settling a rescue dog into your home. We want everyone to be safe and loved.
Yes! If you have a job it is okay with us!
We ask that our foster dogs are cared for most of the day, but it is also important for them to adjust to every day life.
Unfortunately, there is never a specific amount of time of how long you will have a foster dog for.
If you are able to provide updates and tag our rescue on social media it will assist us in having your foster dog adopted.
No, you do not have to have foster experience to foster with us. During the foster interview process we will discuss our expectations and rules to be a foster with us. If you are committed to helping us save a dog's life there is no experience needed!
If you get attached to your foster dog, we allow our fosters to adopt!
We try our best to match fosters based on their lifestyle and based on the information we know about our dogs.
We provide our fosters with as much information we have with the support fosters need.