Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.

Foster Information

First, we would like to thank you so much for becoming a Foster Parent.
We would like to share some important information with you to help you with this endeavor.

Our, SCARF, responsibilities will be to provide: Vaccinations, medical care * and supplies for the foster pet in your care.
Your responsibility will be to provide a safe, sheltered area, food, love and care.
In the event you should find an adoptive family for the pet, a SCARF representative must be contacted to confirm his/her availability. SCARF will then handle the adoption process, unless other arrangements are made by the SCARF representative.

*In the event the foster pet needs veterinary care, SCARF will arrange for an appointment and payment.


SCARF Contact information if you have any questions:

Joana Laake:

Deena Braneff:

Judy Cardwell: