PAWS would not exist if it were not for our foster homes. Some people foster once or twice and decide that it is not for them; others get hooked and foster for years, and sometimes even end up with a new member of the family. Fostering can be a very rewarding experience for everyone involved. We have compiled a list of questions that are commonly asked when people are deciding to become a foster family. Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.
Volunteering: We have many opportunities for volunteers to work with our dogs, help with fundraising, vet appointments, communications, administration, and special events. Fill out our Foster/volunteer application form if you are interesting in joining the PAWS Team!
Foster volunteers provide a temporary home for the animals in our care. This maybe a few days or a few months. You provide the loving home and we provide all the supplies and support you need. A foster home gives dogs waiting to find that perfect home an opportunity to feel a part of a family and learn new skills.