A foster home is a temporary living situation for pets in our program while they await their forever home. Foster families provide shelter, food, care and love.

 

Animal Aid covers all medical care and medication needed for the foster pet. The length of time that an animal must be in a foster home can range from two weeks and up, depending on the situation.

 

The first step to fostering is to complete the foster app here.

 

Below is some helpful information about fostering.

"Why foster?" here.

Click here to watch "This is What it Looks Like to Foster a Dog" (2min)

Why foster a dog and what does it entail?

16 Reasons Why Fostering A Shelter Pet Is Basically The Best Thing In The World

Looking to foster a dog? 9 things I wish I'd known

Click here to watch this video from Austin Pets Alive on what a foster home is. (14min)

Read our Fostering Handbook (click on the image below)

Sometimes the only thing missing from a stroll in the park or that blissful hike in a favorite greenspace is a dog.

 

Or maybe you’re not the outdoor type, but want a canine couch potato to hang with one afternoon.

Perhaps you love working with dogs, but can't commit to, or are unsure about, fostering.

We've got the perfect thing for you! 

The DFAD program lets you borrow a rescue dog for the day, give our dogs a break from the shelter environment, and get them seen by potential adopters.

 

The fun and options are endless, both for the dogs and the humans!

While you're out, snap some selfies and post them to social media with #animalaidtulsa #dogfortheday. This gives the dogs exposure in hopes of being adopted!

Click the buttons above to apply, or complete this application and send it to animalaidoftulsa@gmail.com

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