This little one was found in Stockton in the streets. She was having a difficult time breathing so we got her to the vet and it turns out she has a grade 5 heart murmur. She is now on several medications and we are hoping she will have great last days of her life. She actually had a chip and had been missing for a while her owner had rehomed her and the new owner to her Hachi had passed away.
11 years | 7 pounds | Female | Chihuahua\ mix | Spayed - Yes | Microchipped: yes | UTD on vaccines
If you are interested in foster to adopt please complete an application here
Donations can also be mailed to:
P.O. Box 1214
Claremont, CA 91711
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FAQs About Fostering
Why we need fosters
The foundation of GLAR's operation is in our foster homes, where rescued dogs get love and comfort while waiting for adoption. Shelters often have very short time spans – sometimes as little as a few days – before an unadopted dog is slated for euthanasia. GLAR’s goal is to rescue these dogs from that fate. The more foster homes we have, the more dogs we can save.
How does fostering work?
Fostering provides a temporary home for a rescued dog until a permanent “forever” home can be found. It also provides time for a dog to adjust or re-adjust to living in a home, and to learn socialization and good manners. For some dogs, the foster home also provides time to recover from an illness or medical procedure before he or she can be made available for adoption.
What foster parents do?
As a foster parent, you’ll be responsible for the basic daily care for your friend in your home. In other words, your job is to shower him with the love and attention he needs to prepare him for adoption into a permanent home. We will pick up the cost of any medical expenses, food, and supplies. You’ll be asked to bring your foster dog to adoption outreach events and medical appointments, and to introduce him/her to people who are interested in adoption.
Before taking your first foster dog home, you’ll be assigned to a GLAR mentor, who will guide you through the program and help with any problems you may encounter.
For more information, see our list of foster responsibilities.
How long will a foster dog stay in my care?
Time in a foster home can range from several days to several months. We’ll be able to give you a better estimate for your dog before you take him/her home.
If you’re in the East Bay, Vallejo, or Grass Valley area and would like to join the GLAR Family of foster parents, please fill out a foster application. Thank you!