Dog Foster & Doggie Day Adventure Programs
CCAS has launched a new dog foster program, as well as a doggie day adventure program (field trips), which are both open to the general public. The goal of the CCAS Dog Foster Program is to relocate eligible dogs to loving homes while they wait for adoption. This is a great option for those who cannot commit to a long term adoption but would love to share part of their home with a furry companion for a few weeks. Moving animals from the shelter environment to a home helps gather information for future adopters as well as offering a more quiet, comfortable setting for the dogs.
The Doggie Day Adventure Program, offered two days each week, allows specific animals an opportunity to spend a few hours out in the world with members of the public. Leashes, collars, harnesses, treats and suggested locations to adventure are provided by staff, all you need to do is be willing and able. Whether heading home to binge watch Netflix, or a stroll on the shoreline, or to sit and sip a craft brew with friends, our dogs would love to join you! Field Trip Days are Wednesdays and Saturdays, pick up 10-12 & drop off by 4pm. This option is perfect for the busy families, students, or folks with pet restricted home leases.
For more information on these new programs, go to the Animal Foster Program page