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In shelter Dog

Staten Island, NY, 10302
Pet name:
English Pointer
White / Cream
Meet Divine! Divine is a 1 year old female English Pointer mix. This animal is coming up on a transport to the NYC Area on Saturday, October 8th and is looking for a foster home to go into. There are multiple shelters down south that are overcrowded and Louies Legacy Animal Rescue partners with these shelters to move the animals into foster homes in the North East before they are adopted into their forever family homes.

What does it mean to be a foster? The first, and most important, responsibility is to provide a caring and safe home environment. There are some very specific guidelines that we will share with you that will keep everyone safe and healthy. From basic food and water, quarantine periods, and where you can or cannot take your foster, our Foster Handbook and Foster Mentors are fantastic resources.

Depending on what type of animal youre fostering, youll need some things in advance. These items may include a crate, puppy pads, or food and water bowls but we have a large foster network that helps share supplies! Louies Legacy will pay for full vetting, spay or neuter surgery, and all approved medical or behavioral treatments.

By fostering a dog or cat...YOU are MAKING a DIFFERENCE! Every pet deserves saving! Lets not leave any behind! Apply to foster today!

*Please note that the pet you are interested in may not be available by the time we receive your application. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible and to be open to helping other animals in need.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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