Fostering a rescue dog can be a highly rewarding experience for both the foster family and the dog. It allows a dog to live in a home environment while they wait for their forever home, which can reduce stress and help them to become more socialized and well-behaved. 

Additionally, fostering can give a dog the chance to receive necessary medical care and training, which can improve their overall health and make them more adoptable. It also helps to free up space in shelters, allowing more dogs to be rescued. 

Fostering also allows families to test the waters of pet ownership without making a long-term commitment. It also can be an emotional benefit for the foster family, as they can find satisfaction and emotional support of providing a temporary loving home for a pet in need. Furthermore, it can also be a great way for children to learn about responsibility and empathy.

Here are portraits of some of the dogs that I’ve fostered: