Fostering can be a great way to volunteer and help dogs.

Foster homes provide socialization as well as daily interaction with people and possibly other pets. In many cases, foster parents help their foster adjust to the good life indoors with house training as well as teaching basic good manners to prepare their foster for their new home.

Foster families are an important part of our organization. The foster parent gives the dog/puppy a caring temporary home while a permanent home is being sought. All supplies and veterinary expenses are covered by Diamonds in the Ruff Canine Rescue.

Many adoptable dogs and puppies are euthanized every day because of the lack of foster homes. While there is no payment for fostering a dog, the joy of nurturing a formerly unwanted dog into a lovable and happy dog is priceless.

If you have room in your heart and home to become a foster parent, please click here for a Foster Application.