Special call for more fosters … immediate need!
With trying to save as many dogs and puppies as possible from an uncertain future, we are overextended on dogs and severely under on the number of foster homes we have for them. Please have a look at this list of dogs/puppies for which we need immediate foster homes and contact us if you could possibly provide a foster home for one or more of them. You can read their bios at
Foster a dog or puppy!
Our ability to rescue more pets from shelters is limited by the number of foster homes we have in which to place these great pets. If you are able, please consider opening your home as a foster home to Good Dog Rescue’s great dogs and puppies.
If you foster, you would:
- keep the dog in your home as an adopted pet
- assist in getting the dog to adoption events
- provide important information on the dog’s personality, strengths, and weaknesses
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 the adoption fee as other potential adopters.
If you can help with fostering one of our puppies or dogs, please complete the Adoption Application Questions (you may ignore question #11 about the costs) and email your answers to:
Here is our current list of pets that are in need of a loving foster (or permanent) home:
If you have a place to post one of our flyers seeking foster homes (or can send it to friends), here’s a PDF version of the above flyer.
Thank you for anything, big or small, that you’re able to do! Our great dogs and puppies, and all the volunteers of Real Good Dog Rescue, appreciate your support.