WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF FOSTERS AND VOLUNTEERS!

Being a foster based rescue we are always in dire need of caring animal lovers to foster dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.  We get many calls a day to take in animals in need and we can only do it through caring people who offer their homes to help these animals temporarily, until we can find them a permanent forever home. D.A.W.G. pays for all expenses except for you’re love, which cannot be bought, but given.

If you are interested in fostering a pet please fill out the form below or download a PDF foster/volunteer application.

Volunteers are such a blessing! We are always in need of good-hearted volunteers to walk, socialize, transport and train our pets. And equally important, we need volunteers willing to help with fundraising/grant writing as this is the only way we can keep caring for the animals! (Help needed from DAWG volunteers)

VOLUNTEER APPLICATION Download here

ONLINE DAWG FOSTER Click here

online foster application

Name *
Name
Address
Address
Are you 21yrs of age or older?
Type of home you live in
Do you own or rent your home?
Do you have a fenced yard?
PLEASE LIST A VETERINARIAN REFERENCE:
Name
Name
Address
Address
Number of people living in your home
AGES OF CHILDREN UNDER 21 YEARS OLD
Does anyone living in the home have allergies to dogs or cats?
Are all in the home in favor of fostering a pet for DAWG?
Have you been a foster for another rescue organization before?
Where will you foster pet be when everyone leaves the house?
How long will the pet be left alone during a 24 hour period?
Potty Breaks
Where will your Foster pet sleep?
Are you willing to work with your foster pet on any issues it might have?
Do you understand that disagreements are expected when a new pet is brought into a home where a dog or cat is already living? There can be fear and anxiety and you must be willing to work with them during the transition time which can be a few days to a few months, until the pets are comfortable. It takes time for the animals true personality to come out.
Will you contact DAWG ASAP if you encounter a situations in which you may need assistance ( house breaking, chewing, behavioral, people issues etc..)
Are you familiar with crate training?
Are you willing to crate train?
How long will you be able to provide a foster home for this pet?
Do you agree to contact us ASAP if you can no longer provide a foster home for a pet and give DAWG up to 3 days to find a replacement home?
Are you willing to have a DAWG volunteer do a home visit?
I have answered all questions truthfully and honestly to the best of my knowledge. I will comply with DAWG’s foster requirements, which include providing a loving and safe environment for the foster pet