The Foster Care Program allows AAR to help animals that are not yet suitable for being at the shelter, or for which there is not yet room at the shelter. We want every animal brought to us to have a chance for a long and happy life. Because of our limited resources and personnel, we are not able to care for every sick, injured and very young but otherwise adoptable animal.
Foster care will allow some of the young ones to grow and the sick and injured to heal. The Foster Care Program brings caring individuals and needy animals together, providing special care in a home setting until the animals are ready for adoption.
Although Foster Parents are not members of the Adoption Team and may not make adoption decisions, they do provide valuable information on an animal's temperament, socialization and guidance on the best type of family / home situation for the pet.
1) Be interviewed by the Foster Coordinator.
2) Complete a waiver which will require the signature of all occupants of the home that are 18 years of age or older.
3) Provide AAR with a copy yearly of a home owners policy with no animal exclusion and a minimum of $300,000 in personal liability coverage.
4) Complete a basic background check at AAR's expense.
5)Provide proof that all pets in the home are current on all vaccinations and spayed/neutered.
Please complete this application form if you are interested in becoming a Abandoned Animal Rescue (AAR) foster for dogs / puppies. Once you complete the form, click the submit button at the bottom.