WANT TO HELP?
WE ARE ALWAYS IN NEED OF MORE WONDERFUL FOSTER HOMES!
Every day, hundreds of friendly, loving, adoptable animals are put to sleep in shelters simply due to lack of space. Please help us save as many as we can by fostering a dog or puppy in need today!
Since we do not have a shelter, we can only rescue as many dogs as we have foster homes for. The more available fosters we have, the more animals we can save!!!
A New Leash On Life Rescue pays for all necessary veterinary care. We just ask you to provide food (on occasion) and a loving home for a needy animal.
If you're interested in helping, please click here to fill out a foster application! If you have any questions, or if you'd like more information regarding fostering for us, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHY FOSTER A DOG?
What's so great about fostering a dog? Easy -- the fantastic dog love you get for your effort! But that's not all. Here are eight more reasons why every person on the planet should think about fostering a dog:
- Fostering gives a dog a second chance at life!
- Fostering a dog is a wonderful, life-affirming project for the entire family (although singles and couples can foster too, of course)!
- Fostering a dog costs virtually nothing!
- Fostering a dog is fun!
- Fostering a dog is rewarding!
- Fostering can be done anywhere -- in a city or suburb, a house or apartment!
- Fostering a dog can take place whenever you are ready!
- Fostering a dog offers the company of canines to those unable to make a long-term commitment!
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN FOSTERING?
NLOL Rescue foots the bill for any necessary medical treatment a foster animal may require while under your care.
The length of the fostering experience depends on the circumstance. A puppy foster may last only a few weeks. If you are fostering an adult dog, or an animal with medical issues that need to be treated, the experience may last a month or so.
The great thing about fostering is, you can ask for a dog who fits your lifestyle! If you live in an apartment, you can ask for or an older dog who is low energy, or an animal in medical recovery who needs to be kept quiet.
If you are an active family, you can ask for a dog who needs lots of walks and plenty of exercise. If someone in your family is comfortable working with dogs, you can help a dog with some basic obedience or teach him some tricks.