Frequently Asked Questions

Before Adoption

The same as above applies if you would like to adopt your foster pet. Be aware that your foster can be online adopted at anytime, so you will need an approved application and deposit to move forward.

Category: Fostering

Your foster pet has already been assigned a name that appears on all their medical documents/paperwork, so renaming them can be confusing for our staff, volunteers, medical team, and potential adopters. Please use the name we provide so that there are no hiccups to their future adoption.

Category: Fostering

If your friends/family would like to adopt they must submit an adoption application and pay the adoption fee once approved. We cannot guarantee that they will get the pet since anyone can adopt them online at anytime.

 

Category: Fostering

No, if you notice anything medically concerning you must let our foster coordinator know so that we can get you into our vet for their care. We will cover the cost of their visit, medications, and any procedure’s they may need.

 

Category: Fostering

We LOVE our foster families!  Thank you so much for considering fostering dogs and/or cats in our care.  Should you like to begin the process, please complete our foster application here.  Our foster coordinator will follow up with you as soon as possible.

Category: Fostering

When you’re ready to foster and you’ve completed the foster application and terms of acknowledgment you can join our foster Facebook page to view/get alerted of available animals in need of foster care. You can also contact our foster coordinator for help finding a pet for you! Not all of the animals on our website are in our care yet (some are still in Texas/New Mexico waiting to be transported), so it’s important to be open to other animals who could use your help.

 

Category: Fostering

This depends on the dog and the amount of time it takes for them to be adopted (puppies tend to get adopted faster than adults, but it varies). It is also dependent on the time a foster can dedicate to the animals in our care. We understand when they have plans and other commitments! If you would like to foster a pet with medical needs, their time in foster can depend on their recovery time from various procedures etc. When it comes to nursing litters, they will need a foster until they are weaned and at least 8 weeks old.

Category: Fostering

Our animals can come from some hard backgrounds and living in the shelter can make their lives even more stressful. This can sometimes reflect badly when it comes to adoption time. Someone may only see the stress and anxiety when they’re a really great pet underneath that! Going to a foster home allows them the chance to experience home life and all that that can entail. Whether that’s getting used to living with kids or other animals, or simply learning all the comforts a family and home can provide! We ask for frequent pictures and bios on our animals so that we can get an understanding of their true personalities and make sure their online profile reflects who they are to potential adopters. This often speeds up the adoption process because our fosters are eliminating many unknowns from the equation! If fosters are able to work on potty training or leash training this is also a huge help and adopters really appreciate the work put into it! It’s also an extremely rewarding and valuable experience for our fosters!

 

Category: Fostering

We are able to provide our fosters with a crate, leash, collar, and food if necessary! These items will need to be returned when your foster is adopted so that can continue to provide these things for all our foster families.

 

Category: Fostering

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After Adoption

The same as above applies if you would like to adopt your foster pet. Be aware that your foster can be online adopted at anytime, so you will need an approved application and deposit to move forward.

Category: Fostering

Your foster pet has already been assigned a name that appears on all their medical documents/paperwork, so renaming them can be confusing for our staff, volunteers, medical team, and potential adopters. Please use the name we provide so that there are no hiccups to their future adoption.

Category: Fostering

If your friends/family would like to adopt they must submit an adoption application and pay the adoption fee once approved. We cannot guarantee that they will get the pet since anyone can adopt them online at anytime.

 

Category: Fostering

No, if you notice anything medically concerning you must let our foster coordinator know so that we can get you into our vet for their care. We will cover the cost of their visit, medications, and any procedure’s they may need.

 

Category: Fostering

We LOVE our foster families!  Thank you so much for considering fostering dogs and/or cats in our care.  Should you like to begin the process, please complete our foster application here.  Our foster coordinator will follow up with you as soon as possible.

Category: Fostering

When you’re ready to foster and you’ve completed the foster application and terms of acknowledgment you can join our foster Facebook page to view/get alerted of available animals in need of foster care. You can also contact our foster coordinator for help finding a pet for you! Not all of the animals on our website are in our care yet (some are still in Texas/New Mexico waiting to be transported), so it’s important to be open to other animals who could use your help.

 

Category: Fostering

This depends on the dog and the amount of time it takes for them to be adopted (puppies tend to get adopted faster than adults, but it varies). It is also dependent on the time a foster can dedicate to the animals in our care. We understand when they have plans and other commitments! If you would like to foster a pet with medical needs, their time in foster can depend on their recovery time from various procedures etc. When it comes to nursing litters, they will need a foster until they are weaned and at least 8 weeks old.

Category: Fostering

Our animals can come from some hard backgrounds and living in the shelter can make their lives even more stressful. This can sometimes reflect badly when it comes to adoption time. Someone may only see the stress and anxiety when they’re a really great pet underneath that! Going to a foster home allows them the chance to experience home life and all that that can entail. Whether that’s getting used to living with kids or other animals, or simply learning all the comforts a family and home can provide! We ask for frequent pictures and bios on our animals so that we can get an understanding of their true personalities and make sure their online profile reflects who they are to potential adopters. This often speeds up the adoption process because our fosters are eliminating many unknowns from the equation! If fosters are able to work on potty training or leash training this is also a huge help and adopters really appreciate the work put into it! It’s also an extremely rewarding and valuable experience for our fosters!

 

Category: Fostering

We are able to provide our fosters with a crate, leash, collar, and food if necessary! These items will need to be returned when your foster is adopted so that can continue to provide these things for all our foster families.

 

Category: Fostering

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Fostering

The same as above applies if you would like to adopt your foster pet. Be aware that your foster can be online adopted at anytime, so you will need an approved application and deposit to move forward.

Category: Fostering

Your foster pet has already been assigned a name that appears on all their medical documents/paperwork, so renaming them can be confusing for our staff, volunteers, medical team, and potential adopters. Please use the name we provide so that there are no hiccups to their future adoption.

Category: Fostering

If your friends/family would like to adopt they must submit an adoption application and pay the adoption fee once approved. We cannot guarantee that they will get the pet since anyone can adopt them online at anytime.

 

Category: Fostering

No, if you notice anything medically concerning you must let our foster coordinator know so that we can get you into our vet for their care. We will cover the cost of their visit, medications, and any procedure’s they may need.

 

Category: Fostering

We LOVE our foster families!  Thank you so much for considering fostering dogs and/or cats in our care.  Should you like to begin the process, please complete our foster application here.  Our foster coordinator will follow up with you as soon as possible.

Category: Fostering

When you’re ready to foster and you’ve completed the foster application and terms of acknowledgment you can join our foster Facebook page to view/get alerted of available animals in need of foster care. You can also contact our foster coordinator for help finding a pet for you! Not all of the animals on our website are in our care yet (some are still in Texas/New Mexico waiting to be transported), so it’s important to be open to other animals who could use your help.

 

Category: Fostering

This depends on the dog and the amount of time it takes for them to be adopted (puppies tend to get adopted faster than adults, but it varies). It is also dependent on the time a foster can dedicate to the animals in our care. We understand when they have plans and other commitments! If you would like to foster a pet with medical needs, their time in foster can depend on their recovery time from various procedures etc. When it comes to nursing litters, they will need a foster until they are weaned and at least 8 weeks old.

Category: Fostering

Our animals can come from some hard backgrounds and living in the shelter can make their lives even more stressful. This can sometimes reflect badly when it comes to adoption time. Someone may only see the stress and anxiety when they’re a really great pet underneath that! Going to a foster home allows them the chance to experience home life and all that that can entail. Whether that’s getting used to living with kids or other animals, or simply learning all the comforts a family and home can provide! We ask for frequent pictures and bios on our animals so that we can get an understanding of their true personalities and make sure their online profile reflects who they are to potential adopters. This often speeds up the adoption process because our fosters are eliminating many unknowns from the equation! If fosters are able to work on potty training or leash training this is also a huge help and adopters really appreciate the work put into it! It’s also an extremely rewarding and valuable experience for our fosters!

 

Category: Fostering

We are able to provide our fosters with a crate, leash, collar, and food if necessary! These items will need to be returned when your foster is adopted so that can continue to provide these things for all our foster families.

 

Category: Fostering

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Other

The same as above applies if you would like to adopt your foster pet. Be aware that your foster can be online adopted at anytime, so you will need an approved application and deposit to move forward.

Category: Fostering

Your foster pet has already been assigned a name that appears on all their medical documents/paperwork, so renaming them can be confusing for our staff, volunteers, medical team, and potential adopters. Please use the name we provide so that there are no hiccups to their future adoption.

Category: Fostering

If your friends/family would like to adopt they must submit an adoption application and pay the adoption fee once approved. We cannot guarantee that they will get the pet since anyone can adopt them online at anytime.

 

Category: Fostering

No, if you notice anything medically concerning you must let our foster coordinator know so that we can get you into our vet for their care. We will cover the cost of their visit, medications, and any procedure’s they may need.

 

Category: Fostering

We LOVE our foster families!  Thank you so much for considering fostering dogs and/or cats in our care.  Should you like to begin the process, please complete our foster application here.  Our foster coordinator will follow up with you as soon as possible.

Category: Fostering

When you’re ready to foster and you’ve completed the foster application and terms of acknowledgment you can join our foster Facebook page to view/get alerted of available animals in need of foster care. You can also contact our foster coordinator for help finding a pet for you! Not all of the animals on our website are in our care yet (some are still in Texas/New Mexico waiting to be transported), so it’s important to be open to other animals who could use your help.

 

Category: Fostering

This depends on the dog and the amount of time it takes for them to be adopted (puppies tend to get adopted faster than adults, but it varies). It is also dependent on the time a foster can dedicate to the animals in our care. We understand when they have plans and other commitments! If you would like to foster a pet with medical needs, their time in foster can depend on their recovery time from various procedures etc. When it comes to nursing litters, they will need a foster until they are weaned and at least 8 weeks old.

Category: Fostering

Our animals can come from some hard backgrounds and living in the shelter can make their lives even more stressful. This can sometimes reflect badly when it comes to adoption time. Someone may only see the stress and anxiety when they’re a really great pet underneath that! Going to a foster home allows them the chance to experience home life and all that that can entail. Whether that’s getting used to living with kids or other animals, or simply learning all the comforts a family and home can provide! We ask for frequent pictures and bios on our animals so that we can get an understanding of their true personalities and make sure their online profile reflects who they are to potential adopters. This often speeds up the adoption process because our fosters are eliminating many unknowns from the equation! If fosters are able to work on potty training or leash training this is also a huge help and adopters really appreciate the work put into it! It’s also an extremely rewarding and valuable experience for our fosters!

 

Category: Fostering

We are able to provide our fosters with a crate, leash, collar, and food if necessary! These items will need to be returned when your foster is adopted so that can continue to provide these things for all our foster families.

 

Category: Fostering

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3648 N Perry Park Rd
Sedalia CO. 80135

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(970) 364-3981

Boarding:
(303) 688-8569