How to Foster a Dog


 – See also Fostering for Short Term Holidays below

We require dog friendly homes and homeowners to foster our resident dogs.

All the dogs will have been examined by a qualified vet, vaccinated, microchipped, neutered and wormed before being released to their new foster parents, and they will be in a healthy condition ready for their new home. Once home if you experience any difficulties with the dogs settling into their new surrounding which can take some time, we can offer you some great advice or in the unlikely event we will take back the dog into our care once more.

It is impossible for us to have them all here and we can save so many more with your help. There is no cost to yourselves, we provide everything and you have a choice of two vets – Rebecca in Nieves and Salvador in Novelda. We are always available to be contacted 24 hrs a day for back up.

foster2Just look at our current dogs waiting for a home and see if you can find a pet that you think is the right one for you. Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information: Call Jacquie on:  [0034] 697.122.883 or Email:

How to Foster a Dog for Short Term Holidays

Please call Jacquie on: [0034] 697.122.883 or Email: if you are able to take a rescued dog into your home for a few days or a week or two. This is invaluable to the dogs who then experience a loving home, possibly for the first time in their lives, and for the short term foster carers who get an opportunity to enjoy looking after a dog without long term commitment.