Become a foster

Got love to spare at home?

Fostering means providing a temporary home to a dog without necessarily adopting it. Fostering not only saves that senior animal’s life, but allows us the space and resources to go save another dog from:

  • a local shelter
  • a neglectful home
  • an owner who may have passed away
  • many other life circumstances that arise

During the foster process, we actively support you, and we make efforts to find the dog a forever home.

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Deuce, a senior dog from Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary

What should I expect if I foster?

Fostering one of our senior dogs is a serious commitment. You'll have inconveniences, but you'll be rehabilitating this animal, and preparing the dog for an exiting future.
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How we support our foster caregivers

Our foster program is a little different than other rescues because of our focus on senior dogs. These special pups are still more than able to enjoy a high quality of life.

The amount of time they have left may range from weeks to months to years, and we aim to provide the best possible circumstances for these dogs during their golden years. We help you accomplish this by:

  • Finding a forever home for the dog you're fostering
  • Providing high quality veterinary care
  • Providing medication and nutritious food

Through donations, sponsorships, and grants, we are able to provide medical care to the dogs living in our foster homes.

Caroline and Ranger senior dogs chewing on treats