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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.



joining our communications channels, you will be able to stay informed on specific parts of Canine Rescue Club. Newsletters, Adoptable dogs, fosters in need or volunteer opportunities.


Now that you're in the loop, below is the form to become pre-approved to foster with Canine Rescue Club.

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

Which area within Los Angeles do you live?
Age (must be 21+):
Do you have children at your home?
Living situation
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.

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