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Are you interested in making a sponsorship donation toward the care of one of our rescue animals??  Here's how....

Send us a donation in any amount.  We will 1. put it toward pulling a dog out of the shelter before its euthanized or 2. List your name as a sponsor to a dog we currently  have on our website.... Just specify the dogs name.   We will then list you in the dogs biography on our website as a sponsor.  You will be notified about the dog you are helping to save.

How To Make A Donation: To donate, the following options are available:
1. If you would like to donate via M/C, VISA, or PayPal, please click the "Donate" icon at the top of this page. Please leave us a note in the message section of pay pal on which dog you want to sponsor.

2. If you would like to donate via check, please make your check payable to: Animals Rule Placement Foundation and mail it to: Animals Rule Placement Foundation 305 North Harbor Blvd. San Pedro, CA 90731.    We are a legal charity. All donations to Animals Rule are tax deductible. We are a registered 501(C)3 non profit organization. tax ID #13-4264510 (receipt's provided

Are you interested in fostering a dog??  Here's how you can help.

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Every dog we have would love a foster home while waiting for their forever home. The more fosters we have the more dogs we can take out of the shelter. It's a very rewarding experience for you and for the family.  Here is how it works.  A dog goes into your home on a temporary basis.  We cover everything, the food, the toys, the Vet bills etc.  All you do is let the dog stay with you during the week and bring the pet back to us every Saturday for our adoption events from 11-3pm.  The primary reason the dog is with you, is to learn. You can teach the dog anything you wish.  Often times the foster families reaffirm leash walking skills, teach the dog to sit, use the doggie door, or become crate trained or housebroken.  The majority of our dogs have no issues and will be fine in any home.  Some people say...Oh, it would be to tough to let the dog go once it's in my house, I can't do it.  Yes, you can.  Remember this not about YOU, it's about the dog.  You are there for the dog and this is a selfless act of kindness on your part.  We are people and think differently then animals.  When you see the dog learn a trick, sit for the first time, become housebroken and thrive as a well adjusted animal you have just helped the pet stay in their adoptive home forever.  It's so worth it. The kids will be fine and learn to help an animal and have responsibilities and feel like they have accomplished something. Kids learn that because of someones irresponsibility this pet is homeless and this is how kids can be a solution to the problem and give back to the community.  I have been fostering for 10 years and have loved all my foster dogs, and have let them all go.  They are so happy......  Stop on in, or shoot off an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you are interested in fostering and we will set you up.