Thank you for thinking of rescue. The need for foster care is always our most pressing need.
ABR Volunteer Application
ABR needs foster homes desperately! Please know, though, that as a foster person you WILL NOT be allowed to adopt your first (and perhaps even the second) foster dog. Fosteriing is a transition position. If you are really looking for a dog to adopt - please talk to your state coordinator about Fostering To Adopt.
There are many volunteer options if you can't foster. So even if you can't take a dog in to foster, there are ways to help with the work ABR does.
Spouse/Partner First Name
Names of additional adults (18 & older) living in the home
Address Line 2
Home Phone Number
Which phone number(s) may we contact you at:
How did you hear about ABR?
What is the best way and time to get in touch with you?
Do you have a Brittany now? Or have you had one in the past?
List your current, LIVING pets. Please include their breed, age, gender, if they are spayed or neutered, and if they are kept indoors or outdoors. Please do not omit any information:
Please tell us a little bit about why you'd like to volunteer for American Brittany Rescue.
What type(s) of volunteer work are you interested in?
Helping to staff events
Helping on the Fundraising Team
Pulling dogs from shelters
Doing Home Visits
Helping on the Web Team
If you chose FOSTERING please also complete page two.
If you chose any other method(s) of volunteering, please continue here.
If you checked "Other" as a way to volunteer, please explain.
Do you have fundraising experience? If so, please explain.
Tell us about any skills or abilities you have that you believe could be of use to ABR. We are especially interested in finding people with business skills and fundraising skills to round out ABR's ability to serve Brittanys to the best of our ability.
If you are not able to foster, please go to page three.