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Fosters Wanted   

In shelter Dog

Scarborough, ON, M1L 4V3
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Fosters Wanted
Labrador Retriever
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Rat Terrier Rescue Canada is currently seeking new foster homes.  Fostering is a fantastic way for people who would otherwise not be able to keep a pet long term, to enjoy the benefits of a furry friend on a short term basis - and save a life at the same time!

Foster with Us

We are an organization that is geographically dispersed throughout Ontario and the US. As such, we do not have a central location to hold dogs until they are adopted and are totally reliant on foster homes to care for our dogs until they are adopted. The availability of foster homes is absolutely critical to our ability to save dogs. We are always looking for new foster homes so we do not get into a situation where we can longer accept new dogs and have to turn some away.

Foster homes are responsible for caring and feeding the foster dog while the rescue covers all costs related to veterinary care.

If you think you would be interested in opening your heart and your home to a dog in need of a temporary home, please fill out our application to foster form.

Foster Application:

More Information about Rat Terrier Rescue Canada can be found on our website at


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