Almost Home Animal Rescue Team recognizes that rehoming your pet is a very difficult decision and not one to be taken lightly. While A.H.A.R.T. primarily works with animals coming out of shelters, we also recognize the need for a safe haven for animals that are displaced from their families due to various challenges in life. Our team will do our very best to support you and provide you with information throughout the re-homing process. If you are interested in re-homing your pet through Almost Home Animal Rescue Team, the first step would be to fill out an application, which can be found under the main Rehome drop down menu or by clicking here.
Please be aware that applications are approved on a case by case basis and pending the availability of an A.H.A.R.T. foster home.
Jack enjoying the good life during his time in an A.H.A.R.T. foster home
Foster dog Ru (left) being taught the ropes by her foster family's dog Kenzie
Molly the foster dog visiting an event with her wonderful foster family
A.H.A.R.T. Foster Families Mission
If your pet, or a pet coming from a shelter is placed in the care of Almost Home Animal Rescue Team, that means that they are going into a loving, caring, pet-friendly and devoted foster home. While the dog is in foster care, they will be treated like one of the family. They will be gently acclimated to their new home environment, learn new and exciting things, meet new people, animals and most importantly know that they are being loved.
Each dog's specific needs are taken into consideration and thus placed into an appropriate foster home where we feel they would flourish. At times, A.H.A.R.T. dogs may need a little extra in terms of medical attention or training and we take care of the animals with their best interest in mind. The mission of our foster homes is simple: A.H.A.R.T. foster homes provide a temporary safe, loving, environment until a suitable forever home is found. We are are a no-kill rescue and if that if it take 2 weeks, 2 months or more, the pet will be safe and cared for until their permanent home is found.