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Salvation is an awfully big word to be throwing around when talking about a dog. But, to the Boxers we rescue, this is what your home and family is. My decision to foster came after I read story after story about dogs who had been saved and ones who needed saving. There were so many scared, abandoned, confused faces on those pages that I couldn’t just walk away and do nothing. Fostering has proven to be one of the most rewarding things I have ever done.
— Foster Mom - Beth Wilson

Foster Volunteers are the heart and soul of what we do...without them we couldn't save our fosters and we are always in need of more!

Foster families agree to accept a dog into their home and treat it as if it were one of their own; they are required to take their foster to the vet for any needed medical treatments; nurture and get to know the dog well enough so that we may give accurate reports on the dog's behaviors. You will find out, to the best of your ability, if the dog does well with other dogs, cats, children and adults. You'll report the dog's quirks, likes, dislikes and anything else someone would want to know about one of our dogs before choosing to adopt it.

CBR covers any approved medical expenses for the dogs in our care however you will be required to provide high quality food for your foster dog at your expense. Depending on donations, we may provide donated crates, beds, blankets, toys, chewies, and treats as available. 

You will receive a foster manual, an emergency contact number, and ongoing support and behavior troubleshooting from your Area Coordinator assigned to work directly with you. 

Providing a temporary home for a dog in need can be a very rewarding experience. Your foster dog will be forever grateful!!!.  If this is something you are interested in, PLEASE don't hesitate and submit your application today!