Hills Science Diet proudly provides dry food for the dogs and cats at the DRHS delivered fresh each week!
The length of foster care for each animal varies depending on its needs. Fostering may last from two weeks to several months. We have a need for foster parents throughout the year. Our greatest need is from the spring through the fall.
What are the expenses for a foster parent?
The DRHS furnishes all of the supplies needed to care for foster animals. This includes food, litter, bedding, toys and enrichment items, and medical care. Foster parents incur their own expenses traveling to the shelter for medical care and foster care appointments as necessary. Appointments vary depending on the reason an animal is being fostered.
Are you able to separate the foster animals from your own animals? Because most foster animals have limited immunity, it is best to keep them in a spare bedroom or backroom for the duration of their time in your home. When outside, puppies and dogs must be supervised in an enclosed yard or on a leash. Kittens and cats must be kept indoors at all times.
If you are interested in our foster program, please fill out our application.
Fostering is one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have. With your help, we are able to save lives.
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