Friends of the Burlington County Animal shelter (FOBCAS) has placed some dogs that were in the shelter into our foster care network. This alleviates the shelter stress on the dog and also allows us to see what they are truly like once they have decompressed and relaxed at home. Adopting an animal out of a foster home has many advantages – we can tell you if they are crate trained, house-broken, if they get along with the other foster animals in their home, and if they like to bark at the mailman! While you can’t go and see them directly at the shelter, we think that the extra step of scheduling a time to do a meet and greet with a foster parent is worth it because it’s the best way to learn about your new possible family member!We have a few dogs in our foster care right now and they will be added to this page shortly.
Learn more about Junior by clicking on his photo. If you are interested in learning more about Junior, fill out the questionnaire on his page and email it to his foster mom (her address is on there as well).
Learn more about Simba by clicking on his photo. If you are interested in learning more about Simba, fill out the questionnaire on his page and email it to his foster dad (his address is on his page).