Dogs in Foster

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

Meet a Dog in Foster

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Pebbles

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.

Maxx

Max

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.

Maxx

Jewels

Sweet Jewels is 2 year old pitte mix who came to us from a humane law enforcement case in July. Jewels and her 10 puppies were locked in a garage on a sweltering hot day with no food or water and taken into our care where they were quickly placed into a loving foster home.

Fast forward to today and all of her adorable puppies have been adopted into loving homes but mama Jewels is still looking for her happy ending.
Jewels foster mom tells us she is a lovable, snuggle bug who loves long walks and playing fetch. Jewels loves the companionship of people, older children and adults would be ideal for this mama. 

Jewels would do best as the only pet in the home. Queen of the castle and all the love to herself!

Maxx

Fred

 

Meet our new eight year old super senior Fred, a handsome Saint Bernard who is all ready to find his forever home for the holidays. 

Fred came from unfortunate circumstances where he was neglected and he was not getting along with the resident dogs in his previous home.
Our medical team went right to work getting him healthy for a foster home where he is thriving and spending his time catching up on his beauty sleep and very much loving the attention of his amazing foster family. 
Fred loves walks around the neighborhood, zoomies in the yard and being the only pet in the home. Fred is the king of his castle! 

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