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We need foster homes

 

Make A Difference Rescue is in desperate need of foster homes in the Detroit area. Damage done by humans to dogs is increasing and more and more dogs need you to save their lives.

All we ask is that you open your home to provide food and shelter for these deserving dogs as well as transport them to and from the vet and our adoption events. We will work hard to nurse them back to help if needed and find them a forever home.

These dogs have been mistreated and abused or simply abandoned for no good reason and yet they still have so much love to give. Our foster homes are filling up fast and these dogs deserve some much needed attention and room to play or just relax. We can’t save them unless we have foster homes for them. Can you help save a dogs life?

If you’re considering fostering but are unsure come see us at one of our upcoming weekly adoption events in Troy and see for yourself how you can make a difference in a dogs life!

Below are some of the adoptable pets we have that are desperately in need of foster homes:

Bella

Gender:Female
Age:Adult
Breed:American Staffordshire Terrier/Labrador Retriever Mix
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Barley

Gender:Male
Age:Young
Breed:Shepherd (Unknown Type)/Labrador Retriever Mix
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Basel

Gender:Male
Age:Adult
Breed:Labrador Retriever/American Pit Bull Terrier Mix
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Leon

Gender:Male
Age:Adult
Breed:Chow Chow Mix
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Sarge

Gender:Male
Age:Young
Breed:Boxer
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2 Responses to We need foster homes

  1. Symphonie says:

    What happened to Marley?

  2. Mackenzie Swain says:

    Hi! I am doing a paper and presentation about animal shelters. I was wondering this organization has a shelter or if the animals are solely taken care of in foster homes?
    My presentation is on helping animals get adopted through technology. I will be developing an app to do so and was just looking for information on the topic. Thanks for the help!

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