Furever Buddys Rescue

Furever Buddys Rescue

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Saving Homeless Animals One Adoption at a Time

Find your FURfect companion at Furever Buddys Rescue in Roosevelt, Utah. We’re housing cats and dogs of different ages, breeds, sizes, and temperament. Rest assured that we’ll do our best to match you with the cat or dog that fits your preference.

Go to our PetFinder profile to see the lovable pets that are already available for rehoming.

Reminder

Please note that we have rare purebred dogs that are not always featured on our website. As such, we encourage our all potential pet parents to visit our animal shelter or join our adoption events to see them personally. If you’re currently looking for a particular breed of dog, just call us or send us an email today.

 

Adoption Rates

Our adoption fee ranges from $75 to $250. It’s inclusive of the following:

  • Vaccinating (Including Rabies)
  • Administering Microchip
  • Deworming
  • Spaying 
  • Neutering

Foster Application

If you want to adopt one of our wonderful pets, fill out the form provided on this page to get started. We’ll get back to you as soon as we’ve received your application.

We are experiencing some issues with our foster and adoption applications please text 435-401-0647 and we will gladly email the desired application to you!

What’s a pet foster parent?

By being a pet foster parent, you provide a temporary home for an animal prior to adoption. Fostering animals is a wonderful and personal way to contribute to saving homeless pets. 

Why do animals need foster care?

There are several possible reasons:

  • Foster care can save an animal's life when a shelter is full.
  • Some animals don't do well in a shelter environment because they are                  frightened or need a little extra care.
  • Newborn animals that need to be nursed or bottle fed usually need foster          care.
  • Some animals need time to recover from an injury or an illness before they        can be adopted.
Whatever the reason, these animals need a little extra love and care before they can be adopted. Providing foster care for a few days, weeks, or months can be a lifesaving gift for an animal.

Would I be a good pet foster parent?
If you want to do something to help the animals, fostering can be a flexible, fun and rewarding volunteer job. Here's why:

  •  It's a great way to enjoy a pet if you are not in a position to make that lifetime commitment.
  •  Would you like to add a dog or cat to your household, but your not sure? Fostering can be a great way to find out!


Taking animals into your home, loving them, and then letting them go requires a special kind of person. Your role as a foster parent is to prepare the animal for adoption into a loving home.


What about food and medical care for the animal?

We provide foster parents with all the necessary food, medication, kennels, leashes, collars, etc. that they may need to care for the animal(s)


If you are interested in fostering please call or text 435-401-0647!






Visit PetFinder to learn how you can further help rescue animals.

The more foster homes we have, the more dogs we can save. If you’re interested in fostering to help a rescued dog, please text 435-401-0647!

Happy Tails: Successful Adoption Stories

Kala keeping warm in her coat and keeping company with her brother. She's putting on weight and is doing great, so energetic and athletic. And so loving. :)

Jane Doe - Another Company, LLC

Ender

Ender is a great puppy and we love him very much. He also gets along with our cats very well, he just likes to bark at them. Working out with him is hard, he loves to lay on my stomach while I do crunches, I don't mind, it'll just help me a little more!

Jane Doe - Another Company, LLC

Kyo and Melisa

I couldn't believe it, but I love him so much and have bonded with him so well that I know he was there waiting on me in that store for a reason. Kyo is my pride and joy. I love him so much I won't let him out of my sight, he even sleeps with me.

Jane Doe - Another Company, LLC