Are You Ready to Lend a Paw?

As a foster-based nonprofit, we receive no funding from the government and do not have a location to call home. We are dependent on our volunteers, fosters, and donors to continue our lifesaving team work. Your decision to foster paves the path to a brighter future for our dogs.


FAQ's About Fostering

A foster parent provides a temporary home for puppies and dogs that are waiting to find their forever family. Foster homes allow us to continue rescuing dogs in need. Foster families main focus is providing a safe place to relax, filled with love, treats, exercise, and extra love.

No! Freedom Bound Hounds provides everything that you would need!

Many dogs just need a spot to land after transport, as sometimes they have homes lined up. Other times we like to get them settled in while we wait for their perfect match to come along. Average foster length is about 2 weeks, some less and some more.

Absolutely! First and foremost, it is important that all animals at home are up-to-date on vaccines. Some foster homes tend to designate a part of the house for their foster dogs. Other foster homes have dogs that love the company. Whichever you feel most comfortable doing.

We work very hard to find homes from the minute that we agree to take a dog into rescue, using Petfinder and social media. You are more than welcome to share your foster dog, the more exposure- the better!

Fill Out an Application

If you are interested in fostering, we ask that you submit a foster application. Once we have received your application, we will review it and reach out to you with any further questions. After you have been approved you will be matched with a particular pooch in need, based on the pet’s needs and compatibility with you, your lifestyle, and your exciting pets.