What Organizations or Rescues Do You Foster For?

July 13, 2012  

We are wrapping up our foster theme, so we asked our Facebook fans, What organizations or rescues do you foster for? We were so happy to give these amazing organizations and rescues a shout out and we thank you all for all the amazing work you do to help dogs. Thanks everyone for sharing and fostering! See the wings on the pup below – You are all angels!

Bama Bully Rescue!

~ Belilah Polly O’Connor

Currently fostering for Catahoula Rescue New England in Maine.

~ Michelle Fuller Biron

Fostering the cutie patootie Ruby with Rebound Hounds ResQ! They are so supportive and always there to help!

~ Heather Mailler Nieves

Casa Del Toro Pit Bull Education and Rescue in Indianapolis, Indiana.

~ Mandy Nelson and Rachael Romano

Legacy of Hope Dog Rescue.

~ Marcye Malone Davies

Tri-City Animal Shelter in Fremont, California.

~ CHEAP SHOTS Pet Vaccine Clinic Your Pet Vaccine Alternative

West Suburban Humane Society in Illinois! Wonderful group!

~ Kris Mezatis

We foster bullies and kitties for the Animal Protection League, Inc. of Anderson, Indiana!

~ Alysa Collis Kirby

Pet Rescue of Mercer, Hamilton, New Jersey! We love our pit bulls!

~ Kristine Schmidt

Bullies In Need in Ontario, Canada.

~ Em Rose and Caroline Kirkwood

We’ve fostered for BullyPaws.

~ Kelli Parker

North Shore Animal League.

~ Debbie Bateman Auletta

Baltimore Humane Society and Baltimore Bully Crew in Maryland.

~ Amanda Harris and Amy Wiedefeld

Seattle Animal Shelter in Seattle, Washington.

~ Kara Main

Pet Rescue of Mercer in Hamilton, NJ!!

~ Megan Priestley

I have fostered for Thomas J. O’Connor Animal Control and Adoption Center in Springfield, Massachusetts and I am a failure!

~ Alicia Grandfield-Mickna


Underdog Rescue in Antioch, Illinois. I temporarily took care of Maggie from Don’t Bully My Breed for the weekend while her foster parents were out of town. She stole my heart. I’m so sad she’s gone.

~ Anna Misic Baker

Agape Animal Rescue in Nashville Tennessee rocks! They’re a preferred partner with Animal Rescue Corps who just rescued over 100 dogs from a hoarding situation on July 3rd (Operation Freedom Dogs) and just today rescued 67 more animals from a cruelty case. Agape will be taking in about a dozen of these dogs into their foster program. I love Agape!

~ Laura Flaherty

Our pit bull and bull terrier are both from Rugaz Rescue.

~ Lisa Avila

America’s Dog Pit Bull Rescue out of Louisiana!

~ America’s Dog Pit Bull Rescue

Pup Squad Animal Rescue in Houston, Texas.

~ Kristy Bell

Furkid Rescue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

~ Lara Dickman

Animal Rescue League of Western Pennsylvania!

~ Elizabeth Saraceno

I currently have a puppy from Connecticut Underhound Railroad and I’ve also fostered for Animal Rescue League in Westbrook, Maine. Both amazing rescue groups. I love them for all the fabulous work they do.

~ Lynn West

Homeward Trails Animal Rescue in Arlington, Virginia.

~ Mary Anne Clark

Stray Rescue of St. Louis!

~ Joan Romano

All Breed Rescue & Training in Colorado Springs, Colorado! Rescue dogs ROCK!

~ Julie Harbican and Sara Krystin Rogers Simon

Foster failure with Bully Breed Rescue in Connecticut.

~ Melissa Giorgi

Sunny Meadows Safe Haven in Memphis, Tennessee and The Humane Society of Memphis/Shelby counties.

~ Pam Heiman

A Puppy’s Voice Rescue.

~ Best Friends Care LLC

Pit Bull Rescue San Diego.

~ Kathryn Shustek Welch

Almost Home No Kill Animal Shelter in Southfield, Michigan.

~ Lola Anne

Chako Pit Bull Rescue and Advocacy! Although, after foster-failing twice, I no longer foster, I am now the foster coordinator!

~ Joni Moore

Carolina Care Bullies!

~ Rae Boney


Humane Society of Wichita County, Texas.

~ Marcus Hill

Rebound Hounds ResQ, NYC

~ Kathie Cat

Western Missouri Basset Rescue and Jasmine’s House in Maryland. I have foster “failures” from both! –

~ Heather Cole

Waggin’ Train Rescue has been one of my favorite groups.

~ Danicia Ambron

I adopted from Austin Pets Alive! and planning on fostering soon They’ve done a tremendous amount of work to make Austin, Texas a no-kill city.

~ Lynnea Edwards

Humane Society of Forsyth County in Cumming, Georgia.

~ Tom Tracy

Miami Valley Pit Crew ~ Brittani Hall

We are not able to foster right now, adopted from Jasmine’s House in MD! They are awesome!

~ Beverly Miller Musgrave

PAWS in Lynnwood, Washington. We love our pit bulls!

~ Meg Petersen Burns

Ambassador Pit Bull Rescue DC/MD/NoVA

~ Jessica Zepeda

Wayside Waifs in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

~ Christine DeVore

Barks of LoveAnimal Rescue in Orange County, California. I don’t foster for this rescue, but my baby boy, Rocco’s, two trainers do!

~ Gina Lola

Kent County SPCA in Delaware, but we’ve been calling ourselves “Pitties and Kitties lately!

~ Kate Rowan Williams

Berkeley Animal Care Services. The staff, volunteers, and the dogs are beyond amazing! Oh, and we don’t foster for them, (wish we could) but shout out to Handsome Dan – doing great things every single day.

~ Lauren Woods

Pitbulls for Life.

~ Dozer Meister

BullHead Rescue LLC Lexington, Kentucky. We’re new and doing good.

~ Kelli Kash

Humane Society of Fargo-Moorhead.

~ Rebecca Trandem

Sioux Empire Pit Rescue in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

~ Susan Tribble-Zacher


I foster for Big Dogs Huge Paws, an incredible organization dedicated to rescue and rehabilitation of large breed dogs.

~ Tracy Morrow-Morris

I foster Sweet Jane for Meows & BowWows Animal Rescue.

~ Ona Cooper

All 4 Paws Animal Rescue in Pawleys Island, South Carolina! Amazing work!

~ Stokes Holmes

Local Dog Rescue ~ Thunder Bay.

~ Melia Pz

Heart Dog Rescue.

~ Dawn Marshall

Dolly’s Foundation.

~ Allison Bowling

All Paws Rescue in O’Fallon, Missouri.

~ Laurie Metzger

Bullies and Buddies Rescue and I volunteer with them at adoptions every Saturday in Redondo Beach I love them.

~ Zizi Slander Zarkadas

Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota, Golden’s and Golden mixes.

~ Denise Anderman

Ring Dog Rescue in Richmond, VA — they are AMAZING, as well as Richmond Animal Care and Control — love them both!

~ Emily Hester Gambone

Impact Animal Foundation in Bryan/College Station, Texas! Ten years of all-breed dog and cat rescue!

~ Blair Krebs

Black Dog Animal Rescue in Cheyenne, Wyoming!

~ Emilee Creech Intlekofer

Fresno Bully Rescue! I called to rescue Amber and ended up saving her and the eight pups she was pregnant with! Amber is our forever girl and we have found homes for all but one of her babies! Love Fresno Bully Rescue. Lauren is the greatest!

~ Victoria Jacobo-valdivia

All photos by Melissa Lipani – an awesome foster mom

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Comments

6 Responses to “What Organizations or Rescues Do You Foster For?”
  1. puppymomma says:

    Very excited to see some SC locations on here…sometimes it feels like Columbia is the only place with animal rescues.

  2. Love seeing several locations around or near where I’ve lived in my life…it warms my heart to see the sheer number of rescues working tirelessly to save animals. 

  3. SusanRodriguezArmstrong says:

    I volunteer and foster for Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation – as a group we have saved hundreds of dogs….. oh my, that feels so good!

  4. kimbrandom says:

    In The Arms Of Angles all breed rescue group.  Tucson, Arizona and surrounding areas.  They are the only rescue I know of in the area that will evaluate and take stray and owner surrender dogs when they can, even though they primarily pull dogs from the local shelters.  The dedication of the group shows through in the numbers of dogs they intake, the veterinary bills they incur ensuring the health and welfare of the dogs, and finally the amazing number of adoptions into application approved homes. I am proud to be a small part of such a terrific organization.

    • StubbyDog says:

      kimbrandom the Arms of Angels sound like a wonderful organization that do everything right! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Matt.S says:

    Many years ago, I was part of a “White Life”, a White German Shepherd rescue. The rescue no longer exists in my part of the country. Through this rescue I was blessed with a new fur family member, a dog named Booker. My mom & I drove for hours to assess a dog at a pound in a community in my stae of Minnesota. when we got there we discovered Booker was an Anatolian Shepherd not a White German Shepherd. This beautiful dog was in need and we took him anyway. When we got back to our home, anticipating a foster situation, he bonded so well with Molly, our White German Shepherd puppy that we decided to adopt him.