Dogs in Foster

Below you’ll find the wonderful shelter dogs who are currently with foster families awaiting their forever homes.

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Rex - Dog in Foster
Rex - Dog in Foster


Rex is 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!

Rex is currently in a foster home but if he is a good match for your family we would be happy to arrange a time for him to come in to meet you! For more information give us a call at 732-542-5962.

Rex - Dog in Foster


Banjo is a 2 year old handsome man who was found it bad conditions. Even though he had a rough start to life, Banjo is still a super friendly boy. He can be a bit excited and jumpy when he meets people but that’s just because he’s so happy!

Banjo also LOVES toys and could play fetch all day long. He’s also pretty into food so he may get up on the counters if there’s something yummy up there. We think he would do best in a home with kids 15+ and we aren’t sure if he likes dogs yet.

Banjo was stressed in the shelter so we sent him to foster to learn about living in a home and being loved. For more information give us a call at 732-542-5962.

Rex - Dog in Foster


Pebbles is a 1 year old lab/hound mix from the south and she was petrified with shelter life. After being in foster care, she was officially adopted but returned to us after 6 months. In the home Pebbles bonded with her people but was still very scared of unfamiliar people. She is going back to foster so that she doesn’t have to wait at the shelter for her next (and forever!) home.

Pebbles loves the companionship of other dogs, they teach her that life isn’t so scary after all! Pebbles is adorable and loving, she loves laying in her foster mom’s lap, taking naps and loves her belly rubbed.

Pebbles would do best in a quiet home, with a fenced in yard and patient and loving adopter.

For more information give us a call at 732-542-5962.



Max is a 6.5 year old shepardy mix who came to us as an owner surrender after he escaped the property too many times.

Max does have a history with some behavioral concerns so he will need a dog savvy family with older teenagers or adults only.

Max is friendly and playful and would love an active family who can take him on adventures. We think Max would do best as an only dog. No one had asked about Max at the shelter so we sent him to foster where he could hang out until the right person comes along.

For more information give us a call at 732-542-5962.

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