We have several small to medium size dogs we want to save, however we need more foster homes to do so. Can you help?
NWIPR is always in need of loving, caring, and committed foster homes.
The more fosters, the more pets we can save. Our foster homes are the backbone to our organization! You will care for and socialize the pet while that pet's ideal, forever home is found. You may also be involved in some of the transport functions (e.g., vet, groomer, training facility). NWIPR's fosters are the pet's advocate and will help select the most suitably matched home for the pet's general and unique needs. Your insight, evaluation, and care are essential in finding the proper home for your foster pet. We work mainly with local shelters, other dog rescue organizations and individuals, to help these wonderful and deserving pets. Without foster homes we cannot save dogs. We do not have a facility; we are solely a foster home program. In addition, NWIPR will cover all approved veterinary care of the foster pet. If you are in need of support on food, please let us know so we can accommodate your needs. Thank you very much for considering to be a foster home. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
WE ARE A NON-PROFIT 501c3 ORGANIZATION AND A REGISTERED WA STATE CHARITY'Saving just one pet won't change the world ... but, surely, the world will change for that one pet' author unknown
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