The foster family benefits as well by not only getting the company of a super-duper new furry friend, but by being able to learn all about that furry friend. What do they like? What don't they like? Do they get along with the other members of the family or other pets? The pet will get extra cuddles, proper nutrition and training as well as much needed socialization with a family. When that pet's future potential adoptive family or pawrent has questions about them, their foster family will have all the answers.
When the pets enter into Rover Rescue, they receive some much-needed pampering at the grooming salon as well as any and all medical care they may need including up-to-date vaccinations and spay/neuter operations prior to adoption.
If you are wanting to adopt a new furry heartbeat, or have questions, contact the Rover Rescue adoption hotline directly. The staff is serious about placing the right pet with the right home and informing the public that adopting a pet is a lifetime commitment.
If you aren't ready to adopt, but still want to help, you can volunteer your time or become a foster family. Why not make a tax-deductible financial contribution? All donations help to fund the substantial medical, surgical, boarding and transportation costs of the rescue. Rover Rescue also offers merchandise on their website for sale - check it out and shop for a great cause!