Northern California Border Collie Rescue & Adoptions is always in need of foster homes for our border collies. We routinely face the risk of a shelter dog being euthanized due to overcrowding at the shelter. All too often we have to turn to our tried and true fosters to take another dog into their homes and care. Did you know YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A FOSTER ALL YEAR LONG – Be a foster once, twice, or three times a year, or whatever time allotment suits your schedule.
A secure yard or kennel is required. Dogs must sleep in the house at night and we prefer they be trained to sleep in a crate. Ideally you should have time to socialize and exercise your foster dog.