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ORGANIZATION: NEW LEASH ON LIFE USA

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New Leash on Life USA is seeking foster homes in the Delaware Valley area. New Leash provides all medical care, supplies, food, and vet transportation while a dog is in foster care. We have four different types of foster opportunities:

Temporary/Emergency Foster Home Volunteers

Temporary/emergency foster homes are needed to place dogs who need short term housing, typically 1 - 7 days.

Long Term Foster Home Volunteers

Foster homes are needed to place dogs in a stress free and safe environment to keep the dog healthy and adoptable, typically 1 week - 2 months.

YARD Foster

Fostering for the YARD (Young Adult Reentry and Diversion) program requires a minimum of an eight-week foster commitment. You and your foster dog will attend Dog Training classes with our Certified Dog Trainer once a week for 8 weeks at our Philadelphia office.

Foster-to-Adopt
If you are considering adopting but not sure, fostering is a great way to test-drive dog ownership without the commitment. With that being said, here at New Leash we love foster fails! If you and your foster dog are a great match, then we will be happy to finalize an adoption for you and your dog.

Is Fostering Right For You?
You may be a great fit for fostering if you:
  • Have a reliable mode of transportation (preferred but not required)
  • Have a safe home that allows pets
  • Have a lot of love to give!

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About NEW LEASH ON LIFE USA

Location:

PO BOX 326, Narberth, PA 19072, US

Mission Statement

New Leash on Life USA’s mission is to reduce recidivism and save the lives of at-risk dogs. We accomplish this with an innovative reform model that leverages the powerful bond between dogs and humans. New Leash’s model begins during incarceration with a dog training program that teaches practical life and social-emotional skills, and extends to high-quality case management upon release. Through this comprehensive approach, we prepare men and women for a successful transition as they re-enter society.

Description

Restore Lives. Reduce Recidivism. Rescue Dogs.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Multiple locations Philadelphia, PA 19136

(40.03584,-75.02023)
 

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • The time commitment is minimal for fosters. We may occasionally need cooperation with scheduling to pick up the dog from your home to take them to an adoption meet, but we will always work with your schedule.
  • For certain fosters, you are invited to join dog training classes every Monday from 4-5pm for 8 weeks. This is not required, simply an option we offer.

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