- Canine Corps (Shermans Dale, PA)
Homing dogs of deployed military in Central Pennsylvania. Your buddy will be well cared for while awaiting your return, at no cost to you other than normal medical expenses. Your buddy will have plenty of affection, exercise and companionship. The facility is staffed 24x7x365 with medically knowledgeable caregivers. Volunteers provide daily walks and your buddy will play daily with others within the four hundred lineal feet of fenced in play area. This service is offered to central Pennsylvania military personnel who are deployed overseas on active duty and who have dogs needing a place to stay during this time.
- Dogs On Deployment (nationwide)
Military members nation-wide confront a multitude of problems during their career. The last problem they want to worry about is what to do with their beloved family pet when it's time for them to deploy. Asking themselves, "What should I do with my dog while I'm on deployment," many service members have limited, to no options for their pets when they have to go overseas. Many owners have to relinquish their pets to shelters when they have nowhere else to go. Dogs On Deployment is a licensed non-profit which aims at becoming a central web-based database for service members to search for individuals or families who are willing to welcome a Dog On Deployment into their home for the length of their owner's deployment.
- Foster Military Pets (North East Florida and South East Georgia)
Pedigree® Brand and Winn-Dixie have teamed up to help our military service men and women who have been deployed and need someone to foster their pet while serving our great country. They have also joined forces with Someone Cares Rescue and Placement Inc. to match the military pets with loving foster families to care for the service members pet while they are deployed. The mission of this program is to provide a safe and secure temporary foster home for the pets of deploying military personnel until they return home.
- Guardian Angels for Soldiers' Pet
Supporting our military service members, veterans, and their beloved pets to ensure they are reunited with their owners following deployment or emergency hardship.
- Military Mascots
Site is primarily a resource for helping soldiers who have found animals while deployed. Also lists military pets needing foster homes. Scroll down to see a list of organizations that offer foster homes for military pets.
- MilitaryPetsFOSTER Project
A nationwide network of individual foster homes that will house, nurture and care for the dogs, cats, birds and other pets for all the Military and other personnel only. Recognized, recommended and endorsed by the U.S. Department of Defense.
- Operation Noble Foster
Helping our military have their cat to come home to! Coordinating the cat foster for military pets using a private interactive, searchable database listing homes volunteering to foster and rescues with such foster homes available. If a military person has the need for a long term foster for their pet, please contact us.
- People/Animals = Companions Together (PACT) Military Foster Program (Philadelphia, PA)
PACT works directly with military service members to match their companion animals with appropriate foster homes that will give them the care and love they need while their military owners are deployed. We facilitate the foster home placement via our Military Foster Agreement - a written agreement that outlines the terms of the relationship and protects the interests of all parties involved.
- Sundance Pet Resort (Independence, KY)
Sundance Pet Resort has joined an alliance of pet kennels from the tri-state area to help save soldier's pets. This coalition's goal is to give military personnel a safe haven for their pet while they are away serving their country. This Military Pet Relief is the first organized effort across the country to unite kennel and pet resort owners with shelters to save military pets' lives. We are donating runs to deploying soldiers free of charge. The pets will be given quality care while the soldier is away, and they'll be waiting, tails wagging, when they return.