Why Foster?

  1. You will be saving a life, even if you adopt from a no-kill organization you will be helping rescue another animal by making room at the shelter.
  2. You will save money, adopting of fostering costs less than buying an animal from a pet shop or breeder.
  3. By adopting or fostering rather than buying a new companion, you will reduce the demand that drives the commercial breeding of puppies and kittens.

Pets Available for Foster

 . Gator .
 . Gator .
  • American Staffordshire Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
**Please note that our facility is currently open by appointment only. In order to schedule an appointment you must complete an adoption application and be approved prior to your appointment time. For an adoption application please email, be sure to include the animal(s) you are interested in meeting. Gator came to the shelter after he was removed from his previous owner for neglect. Gator was extremely thin and was left outside in the freezing cold. He has fully recovered (and then some) and is doing well. He is a big love and would be a great buddy for the right person. In general, he does not get along well with other male dogs but seems to do okay with females. He is very gentle and affectionate with people but may be too much for small children because he is easily excited and will jump. He doesn't realize his size and will also play rough when overly excited. He likes toys and treats and absolutely loves his bed- he is a bit of a lazy boy. Gator will need a home without cats. A fenced yard is required. Primary Color: White Secondary Color: Black Age: 3yrs 9mths 1wks Animal has been Neutered
Adult, Male, Medium
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