COVID-19 Update: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the rescue is minimizing some of our operations at this time. We are still accepting foster applications so that we can continue to bring dogs into the rescue when possible. However, please be aware that foster apps will be processed as needed for the dogs rather than immediately.
Fostering is a very rewarding experience. It can literally be the difference between life or death. We can only take in as many fosters dogs as we have foster spots available. It is the single biggest contribution anyone can give to an animal rescue group.
While in foster care, GRRALL pays for all approved medical expenses at our rescue vets. Foster parents provide lots of love, attention, and food for the foster dog. As a foster you have the option to adopt your foster dog and to choose their forever home with the help of the adoption coordinator (must be an approved applicant).
The most common question we get is “How do you give them up?” The answer is simple. Because we love them. We find them the best forever home possible in order to open up our hearts to another dog in need. We always encourage people to try fostering. If you fall in love, you can join the “foster failure” club. Almost all of our volunteers are proud members!
Please be sure to read our FAQs before completing the application so that you know you meet our minimum requirements to foster and so you get a feel for the rescue and our process.
We hope you will consider fostering for GRRALL and give a dog a second chance at life.