Our rescues need safe, loving homes with people who have the patience to help rehabilitate them. For more information or to become a foster parent, contact us.
When you open your home and heart to a dog through ABRT, you are saving that dog's life. We only rescue dogs deemed unadoptable because of behavioral, medical, or training-related issues.
When you foster a dog with All Breed Rescue & Training, you open up your heart and your house to a pup in need. Becoming a foster means that you temporarily take one of our rescue dogs into your home while they await their forever family.
Your foster dog may be with you for as few as two to three weeks, or as long as a few months to a few years. Our Adoption Team understands the needs of the dogs that we rescue, and will try their hardest to match a dog with your time frame. On average, you should anticipate your foster being with you for a few months.
We have high expectations for our foster dogs and their foster families! Many of the dogs that we rescue have training or behavior work requirements. Being able to attend a weekly class or private training session is often a must with our dogs. Please keep that in mind when anticipating the time commitment!
ABRT relies on foster families to provide housing for dogs in between the time that they enter our Adoption Program until they are adopted to their forever families. Without the support and dedication of our foster families, ABRT could not rescue dogs!
There are many reasons that people foster dogs with ABRT:
Whatever your reason, fostering with ABRT helps a dog along their journey towards their forever home. It's an invaluable gift to give to a soul in need. Plus, the warm fuzzies that you get are incomparable!
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410 1/2 E Fillmore St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80907