Can I become a foster?

A foster is usually a temporary situation, a kind of like a “stop-gap” between rescue and adoption. Fosters are always needed in both the US and Aruba.
To consider becoming a foster, you must be a genuine dog lover. We prefer our fosters to have a fenced in secure yard, time to play with the puppy/dog and assist with house training. We may also request a foster to continue a veterinary recommendation. All fosters will be made aware of any special circumstances prior to the Rescued Paws arrival and in the event the foster feels they are for any reason unable to continue a recommended course of treatment, an alternative foster will be found.
In Aruba, many of our fosters accompany their Rescued Paws to the vets for follow ups, medication, vaccinations and any other veterinary treatment required during the rescue process.
New Life For Paws and Aruba Flight Volunteers are always happy to welcome new fosters to our families. Please fill out our online application to foster.