This coming Sunday, Sept. 16, we are having an adoption event in Northport and we have some newcomers that are in need of a place to call their home... whether that be temporary of permanent. We need fosters for these guys.
*Fostering is an opportunity to “sample” different kinds of dogs, and what it’s like to have one if you’re not yet ready to commit forever.
*Getting a homeless pet ready for adoption by giving your love, time, and friendship is such a rewarding feeling.
*Opening your heart and home is an important part of saving a life. Fostering a dog is one of the most direct ways you can help an animal.
Remember, each foster home represents a life we can save from a kill shelter. Fostering is an extremely rewarding experience. Please open your heart and your home to one of our rescued Furry Friends, and give them the opportunity they need to find a Forever Home.
If you would like to stand up and be a foster parent or even an adopter to one of these amazing creatures. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Dora. approx 1-2 yr old. 37 lbs. husky mix. VERY SWEET and friendly girl
Dinga. Approx 2 yrs old. 45 lbs. collie/sheltie mix. very sweet girl
Donna. 6 months old. 26 lbs. Boykin spaniel mix. Very playful and sweet pup. energetic :)
Wayland. PUP. 4 months old. 16 lbs. husky mix.DORAS PUP.
Sally. 1 yr old . 70 lbs. irish wolfhound/retriever/white shep mix . gorgeous, sweet and playful girl.
Hagwood. PUP. 6 mos old. 29 lbs. corgi mix. sweet, loving and playful