Foster Homes allow us to rescue homeless animals from a variety of situations by providing these animals with temporary care and shelter until they are adopted. Foster homes are asked to provide plenty of love, food (provided by SCCR) and water, shelter from the elements, and exercise.
Other responsibilities include:
  • Caring for a dog as your own until it finds it forever home (this can vary in length from dog to dog)
  • Bringing dog to veterinarian for care as seen fit and scheduled by Medical Coordinator
  • Bringing dog to Adoption Events for potential homes to view
  • Answering questions about your foster dog for potential adopters at Adoption Events (or occasionally via email or phone)
  • Teaching your foster dog how to live in a home environment
  • Working with the SCCR Board, Trainer, or Foster Mentor if any behavioral concerns arise (housebreaking, chewing, etc.)
  • Communicating with the SCCR Board and Adoption Counselors regarding any specific needs your foster dog might have

Foster Home Application


Please list all people (including you) that will be living in the household with your new dog

Person 2

Person 3

Person 4

Person 5

Person 6

Person 7

Person 8

Please list all the pets that you've had within the last 10 years.
Pet 1

Pet 2

Pet 3

Pet 4

Housing Information