Foster Parent for Homeless Dogs
Child and Pet Relief Fund
The CPR Fund is looking for foster parents for homeless dogs in Northwest Indiana. As a CPR Fund Foster, you will care for a dog in your own home until the dog is adopted. This could take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.
You will also need to transport your foster dog to and from vet appointments and adoption events. The CPR Fund will pay for all vet visits, pet food, and basic supplies you need to care for your foster dog. If this is something you would be interested in doing, please contact us.
About Child and Pet Relief Fund
P.O. Box 303, Lowell, IN 46356, US
The Child and Pet Relief Fund is a nonprofit organization founded by Northwest Indiana EMT's and Paramedics dedicated to the health and well-being of our community's voiceless members- children and pets.
Our first project is to build a no-kill animal sanctuary for homeless dogs, cats, and wildlife. Upon completion of the sanctuary, we will accept animals in need of care until they can be adopted or, in the case of the wild animals, returned to their natural habitat. We will also provide classes on topics such as dog training, pet first aid, search and rescue, wildlife care, and many more. Finally, our facility will be open for public tours and class field trips.