Dog Samaritans - The re-homing arm of Animal Samaritans Midlands Trust
Fostering a rescue dog
At Dog Samaritans, we are always looking for kind and loving people to foster rescue dogs for us. You will not be out of pocket either, as all expenses are paid for their food and care. The older dogs and puppies do not do well in kennels and some dogs just find it too stressful.

Ceri Todd & Max (in the collar at last)

Occasionally, a rescue dog requires surgery and therefore needs a quiet, loving home environment in which to convalesce, recuperate and recover.

Old dogs are often looking for a "rest of life" foster, where we would cover the vets costs for the remainder of the dog's life.

Fostering for Dog Samaritans is a highly rewarding experience; you will make such a big difference and many of the new owners keep in touch with anecdotes of adventures and photo updates and even bring the dog on return visits.

One of Lilly's pups in foster home in Shropshire

If you are interested in fostering a rescue dog and wish to discuss what it involves.......

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