Dogs in Foster

Below you’ll find the wonderful shelter dogs who are currently with foster families awaiting their forever homes! To meet any of these dogs please email [email protected] and attach your canine matchmaker profile.


Pip

Meet Pip! Pip is a 9.5 year old cutie who came to us when her owners could no longer care for her. Pip is looking for a home as the only dog. We do not have a history of Pip in a home with cats so we do not know if she is cat friendly.  Pip is also looking for a home without any children. Pip is currently in a foster home where she is enjoying a break from the shelter. If you would like to learn more about Pip, please feel free to call 732-542-5962 to speak with a canine adoption team member!

 

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Elvis

Elvis is a 2-year-old HANDSOME man. He LOVES his ball more than anything in the world but he definitely has room in his heart for you too! Poor Elvis came to us as a stray, so we don’t know what his previous life was like but we know his future is bright! We sent him to foster care to get some TLC and learn what it means to be loved and in a warm house.

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Melón

Melón is a 2 year old momma. She was found with 6 of her puppies in a crate and everyone is now safe in our care. We sent momma Melón to foster for a little for some TLC and she is loving life in the home. The foster family says shes is the best! She is super sweet, loves snuggles, walks great on leash and does a happy dance when it’s time to eat! She is just a great girl all around.

 

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Rex

Well hello there handsome! Meet Rex a 5 year old boy that came to us from another shelter in Philly. Rex has been part of our canine foster program and his foster parents told us he is the perfect house guest. Rex loves lazy mornings and lounging on the couch but he’s always ready for a long group walk with his canine shelter friends. Rex is outgoing, adventurous and loves car rides and trips to the beach. This boy just loves to get his paws wet in the surf! We think Rex would do best as the only pet in the home and with older teens or adults only so he can be his amazing big self. He is also strong, and can be leash reactive, so he’d do best walking places that aren’t crowded and with an owner to feels comfortable walking him. Rex can also be shy with new people at first, but if you take a chance on him, you won’t regret it!

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