Foster

 We are always in need of foster homes for our dogs. If a dog can go into foster care we can move it more quickly out of the terrible conditions in the shelters to the UK where we can start the re-homing process.

Fostering also has many other benefits for our dogs.

  • 1-1 attention
  • A settled home environment
  • Detailed assessments of the dog making home matching easier
  • Less stressful than kennels

You will need to live close enough to Hull to be able to provide transport for your foster dog to and from viewings at Oakwood Dog Rescue or medical appointments if required for those dogs recovering from operations or receiving treatment, this may also include daily transport for any home trials. 

Our dogs will be handed straight over to you on arrival so there will be no introductions beforehand as we will not bring them to the UK if there isn't a foster place ready for them. If you think you could offer one of our dogs a foster home please visit our page of dogs who are waiting to join us.

Arriving soon

 You will also need to fill in the form at the bottom of the page. Please make sure you have read the fostering terms and conditions before you fill in a fostering application form as only those applicatons that meet all the requirements will be considered. 

Read the fostering terms and conditions here

Fostering Application
  • I have read the Fostering Terms and Conditions (Do not tick this unless you agree) http://www.internationaldogrescue.org.uk/fostering-tandcs.html:
  • What exercise will you give the dog?::
  • What age of dog would you prefer to foster? Tick all that apply:
  • What size dog would you prefer?:
  • Have you ever owned a dog before?:
  • I have read the profile of the dog I am interested in, and I meet the Specific Requirements of the dog as outlined in their profile::
  • What height is your garden fencing?::