Working Together, Saving Lives
Good Morning ,
As a Haven supporter, you are likely aware of what we do, how we do it, and how much we appreciate YOU! For those of you who are new, we are working together to create a day when euthanasia is no longer needed to control the pet overpopulation problem in Baldwin County.Over 70% of the animals who enter our life-saving programs are transferred from one of the three animal control shelters in Baldwin County(Baldwin County Animal Control, Daphne, and Fairhope). Our shelter is filled with very adoptable dogs and puppies and we are asking you to please open your heart and home to fostering a friendly, healthy pet.
One of the ways to achieve our life-saving goals is through fostering. Volunteers who foster a homeless animal have told us how much they enjoyed the experience. Many are amazed at the support our agency provides and often comment on how they feel part of the solution when fostering.
Our foster program can be short-term or long-term, lasting as little as two days and up to several months. It all depends on the time you have. Importantly, all veterinary care and supplies you will need is supplied by the organization. Some of these items include Science Diet pet food, crates, blankets, and cat litter, if needed. There is no out of pocket expense for you. The friendly pet is UTD on vaccines and treated for internal and external parasites, too.
Short Term: Minimum 2 days, Maximum 2 weeks
Long-Term: Minimum 2 weeks, Maximum 6 months
Click here to view the list of dogs who need a foster home today. We have many others who are not on our website due to the time they have arrived at the shelter, but will need a foster home soon. So feel free to stop by The Haven.
We ask that you email us (email preferred due to high volume of calls) or call us at 251-929-3980 immediately if you are willing and able to foster one of these adoptables.
The impact we collectively make depends on support from caring individuals like you.
Thank you for your continued support!