Becoming a dog foster volunteer is a great way to save lives…

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…find meaning, and make tails wag. We provide the supplies and medical care, and you choose what dog you’d like to provide a temporary home for. You can raise puppies until they’re old enough for adoption, give injured dogs time to heal, help timid dogs gain confidence, and make space in the shelter when kennels get full. To make a difference and experience the rewards of fostering, attend our orientation class next Monday, June 4th from 6pm-7pm at the shelter. RSVP before the class here:

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