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Join Our Team of Foster Families

Do you have room in your heart and home for one of our dogs? 

Stray and abandoned dogs are stressed and often under weight. They are scared and confused because they don’t understand what is happening to them or what they have done wrong.

Could you give them the love and care they need to help them learn to trust people again?



A quote from one of our fosterers:



“Nursing Ozzie back to health and watching him change from a scared, underweight dog into a gentle loving friend has been an unforgettable experience. It has been a privilege to know him and care for him”



Foster homes are vital in helping us finding the right home for a dog in our care.  When a dog is in kennels it doesn't allow us to find out about a dogs likes and dislikes and little characteristics.  Some dogs may turn out to like a quiet life and a place to sleep so we could rule out busy, bustling homes.  Others may be bouncy and clumsy which would mean we would avoid homes with small children.

Providing a good match of dog with prospective new owner means less stress for the dog and a happy new owner.


    If you would like to read more about fostering for Homeless Hounds then you can read our fostering booklet by clicking on the link below.

(Fostering Leaflet)


  To apply to be one of our foster carers then please click on the application form link below.

(Application Form)




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