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
Please be aware that the dogs will be handed straight over to you on arrival with no introductions. Our dogs will all need time and patience as they may never have
- lived in a house
- worn a collar or harness
- been for a walk
- been in a car
- had a bath.
There may be many other things they are scared of or not used to.
There are no restrictions on location for general fostering of our dogs, only that you are UK based. You will also need to be willing to host viewings and introductions to assist in the dog's adoption. These are all our sponsored dogs who have secured their transport costs
You may also want to offer a foster home to one of our dogs who has yet to secure their travel sponsorship
Dogs needing sponsorship
If you are interested in fostering please read our fostering terms and conditions and then complete our form below. Please note we are unable to accept applications from families with children under 10 years old.
Read the fostering terms and conditions here
We also have dogs with special requirements who may need long term foster homes.
Some of our dogs suffer post traumatic stress from finding themselves in the shelter and so need long term help and support. They will also need support to adjust to living in a home. If you think you can help one of our traumatised dogs please read our fostering terms and conditions and then complete our form below. Please note we are unable to accept applications from families with children for these dogs.
Some of our dogs require foster homes because they require treatment or recovery from an operation. In these circumstances you will need to live close enough to Hull to be able to provide transport for your foster dog to and from medical appointments if required. You may also need to administer medication. Please note we are unable to accept applications from families with children under 10 for these dogs.
If you think you could help one of our dogs that needs medical recovery or treatment please read our terms and conditions and complete our application form at the bottom of the page.