When you open your heart and your home to foster to adopt one of our dogs, the dog will live with you in your home as if it was like one of your own dogs for 30 days.
After the 30 days, if everything is a perfect fit, you will have the option to adopt the dog.
If the dog has a lot of medical needs and is hospice, you may forever foster the dog.
The only difference is the dog will still be an Angels For Sara Sanctuary dog and we would cover all the medical needs that the dog may have.
We will always be in contact with you to make sure things are going good and if you need help taking them to the vets or groomers, one of our other volunteers can help with that.
When you sponsor a dog or dogs, the donations will go towards the much needed medical care, food, and training as well as some special treats along the way.
Our forever foster dogs stay with the Sanctuary in a foster home so we can continue caring for the medical needs of that dog. The monthly expense for these dogs add up,
When we have sponsors, the money that comes in for a particular dog GOES to the care of that dog.
For more information on fostering to adopt or sponsoring or being a volunteer please call
or email us at email@example.com
Donations by cash, check or money order may be sent to Angels For Sara Sanctuary
PO Box 746, Warrenton, OR 97146.
We also accept PayPal.
We have a variety of senior dogs in need of loving homes. Browse our available dogs below and find your new best friend today!
To apply for a foster to adopt please follow this link:
When we receive your application we will go through it and notify you if we have any questions.
Your support and contributions will enable us to give the senior dogs the medical care they will need and provide them with a safe and loving environment until they find their perfect furever home
Luli is about 16 years old and is pretty spry for an older gal. She is very loving, loves walks, riding in the car and playing with a ball. Loves to sit next to you in your chair and be close by you. She is very bonded with Mitt and they must go together,
Mittzi and Luli both like to chase kitties so would do best in a home with no other pets.
Mitt or Mittzi is about 14. She recently had an eye removed but is adjusting very good. She does have a lot of pain in her back and legs from an old injury and sometimes has a hard time getting around. She is on pain management which seems to be helping. She loves to be close by you, going for rides in the car, and sometimes very short walks
Her and Luli are very bonded and must go together
Bella Mae was adopted out a year ago, but because of unforeseen circumstances she has returned.
Bella Mae is about 12 years old. She is a Westie about 12 pounds. She is pretty much deaf, so when you approach her or want to pick her up, you need to let her know you are there. She enjoys going for walks, hanging out in the yard with the other dogs, and car rides. She likes being where you are.
Gussie is and8 year old 4 pound little Chihuahua who came to us when her human passed away. She is a great lap dog and wants to be with you.
She is quiet, gets along with kitties, some small dogs are okay. She is absolutely adorable. She is pee pad trained and crate trained. Loves to go for car rides.