You Lucky Dog Rescue relies exclusively on foster homes to house all of our homeless pets. The number of animals we can save depends entirely on the number of people who are able to open their homes and hearts to fostering! You Lucky Dog Rescue does not have a facility with paid employees. All of the dogs in our care, typically about 80 dogs at any given time, live in a foster home and are cared for by foster families that are You Lucky Dog Rescue volunteers.
Fostering allows experienced dog owners to help assimilate stray dogs and shelter dogs, helping to teach them skills that will allow them to be compatible, loving, attentive and obedient pets. Fostering is also a great option for first time pet owners who are thinking of getting their own dog soon or for those who are dog lovers, but don’t want the full-time commitment.
Any dogs placed in a foster home have been temp test, received all vaccines and are spayed or neutered (unless age or illness requires the spay or neuter to be postponed to a later date).You Lucky Dog Rescue covers the cost of all necessary veterinary care and heartworm and flea and tick preventatives. The rescue also provides a leash, collar and tags for each foster dog. A crate will also be provided if the foster does not have one available. Our fosters also receive training guidance from professional trainers and support from other committed fosters who will guide you every paw-step of the way.
Foster Program NeedsFoster Types: First Time Pet Owners Welcome 🆕Foster Availability:
Age & Size:
- Long-term (14+Days)
- Large Dog (Over 6 Months) 🐺
- Medium Dog (Over 6 Months) 🐩
- Small Dog (Over 6 Months) 🐕
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