Providing a home for CARE foster dogs brings a unique set of rewards, challenges and personal satisfaction. Learn from the experiences of our dog foster families below.
Ready to explore further? Learn more about what CARE provides to its foster caregivers (hint: just about everything!) and requirements here.
Carolyn started fostering for CARE in the early 2000’s. She is a dog foster and also has dogs of her own. Carolyn became interested in becoming a caregiver when she volunteered for CARE at dog adoption events. The foster caregivers suggested that she give it a try, as we were very much in need of more foster homes to save more dogs. The same is true today! Learn more.
Joy started fostering for CARE in April 2017. She fosters dogs and also has her own dogs as pets. Joy’s desire to save lives got her interested in being a foster caregiver. Learn more.
Holly has an amazingly long tenure as a CARE foster — since the early 1990’s! She fosters dogs and also has dogs and cats of her own. Holly became interested in fostering for CARE from her friend, and fellow CARE foster, Frances. Learn more.
Leslie started her foster caregiver journey in 2020. She fosters dogs and also has dogs of her own. Leslie has had a lifelong interest in finding homes for dogs in need and that’s what brought her to CARE. Learn more.