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DPS Rescue is looking to add more fosters to our growing network. We are looking for people to foster for a minimum of 2 weeks. We provide food, crate, vet care and toys. Our fosters go through a zoom call foster orientation and are provided all the supplies and information needed to be successful. Fosters have access to our foster coordinators through a designated hotline in case of question of emergency. You do not need to have prior experience with dogs to foster for our rescue. We work with the needs of your home to place an appropriate foster dog to your family. We allow single people, couples and families with kids to foster for our rescue. Please note that we are not an organization that does foster to adopt programs. However, should a situation arise that you fall in love with your foster dog you are able to fill out an application for a potential interview. You can apply to foster at http://dpsrescue.org/foster/faq/
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
PO Box 1508, ROMOLAND, CA 92585, US
Doggie Protective Services is a non-profit, volunteer-driven, animal rescue organization. We are a 501(c)(3) rescue that was incorporated in 2001. We rescue dogs of all breeds, ages, and sizes. Since our creation, we have helped over 12,000 dogs and cats find their forever homes.
We do not have a facility, so we rely on our foster homes located throughout California. Anywhere from 100-200 foster homes are active at various times in some capacity, whether they are long-term, short-term or overnight fosters. Most of our fosters are also involved beyond just fostering - they come to events, transport our animals, do post-adoption outreach and help spread the word about DPS!
We also rely heavily on volunteers, and are lucky enough to have a supportive group of dedicated friends who help assist in everything from writing bios for dogs to promoting them on their own social media to help them get adopted!
Approximately 30 shelters throughout Southern and Northern California partner with us in our rescue efforts. We are contacted by shelters and asked to help with overpopulation by taking in specific dogs who otherwise may not be adopted or who have been at the shelter for an extended period of time. We take in dogs who do not thrive in a shelter environment or who need medical or behavioral attention outside of the facility.
We'll work with your schedule.
Middlefield RoadPalo Alto, CA 94303
June 29, 2020