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Want to Foster? Rescue Groups Need You

First, read our Advice for a First-Time Foster Parent to be best prepared for the experience.

We have worked with all of the following rescue groups, posting their available dogs. We hope to continue helping them by sending potential foster applicants their way! Click the hyperlinked name of the rescue groups below for more information! Let them know Foster Dogs NYC sent you!
2 southampton foster
Hampton Bays, NY
 info@sasfinc.org
social tees rescue logo
East Village, NYC
dimitra.socialtees@gmail.com
Huntington, NY
631-368-8770 x 210
rescue@nyabandonedangels.com
Flushing, Queens

harescue1@aol.com
Ozone Park, Queens
info@lokigrrl.org
Based near Syracuse, NY
volunteer@libertyhumane.org
Jersey City, NJ (serving NY, NJ, etc)
Upstate NY
Hartford, CT
Huskies (and mixes), and cats
North Haledon, NJ
Dogs, cats, and more.
NYC 
Pit Bulls and “Bully” Breeds
North Middletown, NJ
Pit Bulls and “Bully” Breeds
New Haven, CT
Small dogs
New York, NY
Small dogs
Harlem/Manhattan
Pit Bulls and “Bully” Breeds
New Canaan, CT
Pit Bulls and “Bully” Breeds
Ridgewood, NY

Pugs, Puggles
NY/NJ/CT

Bobbi & the Strays
Dogs of all types and sizes
(718) 326-6070, adopt@bobbicares.org
Queens, NY
NYC Animal Care & Control 
Dogs of all types, many Pit mixes
fosters@nycacc.org
Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island
  

Stray From the Heart
See their dogs here. Many small dogs.
adopt@StrayfromtheHeart.org, 212.726.DOGS
New York, NY
North Shore Animal League
Many puppies and adult dogs, cats too.
hr@nsalamerica.org516-883-7575
Long Island, NY

Please consider becoming a foster parent today! Even if it’s just for two weeks, that amount of time can save a life! It’s fun, gets you fit, and helps you meet new people around town!

[updated 9/2013]

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