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A DEDICATED NETWORK OF FOSTERING.

The most significant strength for any rescue operation lies in having a committed network of foster caregivers. It's not just about a one-on-one foster relationship but also about fostering a community where individuals can rely on each other for assistance, share resources, and enhance visibility to help every foster find a permanent home.

Currently we are only accepting volunteers and fosters within Los Angeles.

Which area within Los Angeles do you live?
Age (must be 21+):
Work
Do you have children at your home?
Living situation
Roommates?
Any other animals in the house?
If any, are your current animals spayed/neutered?
When you are not at home, where will the foster dog(s) stay?
What is your experience with dogs?
What is your average time commitment for taking care of a foster dog?
Types of dogs you can foster (select all that you are open to) 45lb+ is the most common need.
Types of dogs that require special attention (select all that you are open to)

Dogs will often have a transition period of 1-2 weeks after leaving the shelter to become comfortable in their new foster homes. Some dogs may exhibit signs of separation anxiety and/or may have accidents in their new foster homes until they feel safe. Please check that you agree to understanding that there could be a decompression period.


I understand that any misrepresentation of the above information authorizes Canine Rescue Club to deny application, and/or reclaim the pet that is in my home. I acknowledge that Canine Rescue Club cannot guarantee any animals against parasites, diseases or destructive behavior. If I foster a dog from Canine Rescue Club or their partners I will not hold Canine Rescue Club responsible, nor seek any compensation for damages, medical fees or other liabilities incurred by the pet I foster.


I understand that I must follow all Canine Rescue Club protocols for fostering a dog, which includes: always having a collar on, keeping a leash on my foster dog at all times when in public, and using a crate for my foster dog when he/she is alone.