Did you know that for every one dog that is fostered another dog's life is saved? By opening your home to a foster dog, you're making room for another dog to enter a safe shelter. It's a great way to help the animal shelter community when you're not ready to adopt. Fostering is a short-term commitment, and shelters generally supply you with everything you'll need—from food to toys. All you have to do is provide the love, care, and kind environment. For more information, reach out to the foster coordinator at the shelter of your choice.