Would you like to help foster TO ADOPT


sponsor a senior dog?

It's easy.

When you open your heart and your home to foster to adopt one of our dogs, the dog will live with you in your home as if it was like one of your own dog for 30 days.  After the 30 days, you will have the option to adopt that dog.  If the dog has a lot of medical needs you may forever foster the dog.  The only difference is the dog will still be an Angels For Sara Sanctuary dog and we will cover all the medical needs that the dog may have.    We will always be in contact with you to make sure things are going good and if you need help taking them to the vets or groomers, one of our other volunteers can help with that.

When you help sponsor a dog or dogs, the donation will go towards the much needed medical care, food, and training as well as some special treats along the way.  Our forever foster dogs stay with the Sanctuary in a foster home so we can continue caring for the medical needs of that dog.  The monthly expense for these dogs add up.  So when we have sponsors, the money that comes in for a particular dog, GOES to the care of that dog.

For more information on fostering, sponsoring or being a volunteer please call

e-mail us at angelsforsarasanctuary@gmail.com

Donations by cash, check or money order may be sent to:
Angels For Sara Sanctuary
PO Box 746
Warrenton, OR  97146


Baxter is a 15 year old American Cocker Spaniel in his loving forever foster home. 

Baxeter is pretty much deaf and almost blind, but loves to follow his new sister around and Loves his mom and dad.  

 His foster parents have steped up to the plate to help Baxter through all his problems and love him so much



Lil' buddy

Lil' Buddy is a 14 year old CKC Chihuahua transferred from another rescue.  He is 5 pounds and a little lover.  He would love a home without small children or large dogs.  He does get along with other small dogs and kitties, but wants to be the center of attention.  He enjoys car rides, walks, while you carry him.  Sitting in your lap or laying next to you.  

He is very healthy although sometimes he hops around on one leg, but the vet took xrays and there is nothing wrong. 

He is crate trained and pee pad trained, but will go outside if you hang out with him too.

For a foster to adopt application, please open the link below:



In  Foster Homes now

looking for their

forever foster to adopt homes


Is now in his forever foster home with his wonderful family and kitties.  He needs to be on eye meds for the rest of his little life,  He loves sleeping in his foster dad's lap.  His mom and dad love to take him for walks and car rides.


Yes, another Coco.  This sweet little girl is a Lhasa Apso mix about 15 years old.  He dad could no longer care for her so he asked if we could take her. 

She does have bad eyes, but can see shapes.  Her hearing and smelling is really good.

She loves hanging out with you or checking out the back yard.  Once she gets to know you, she will LOVE sitting in your lap or just snuggling.  She enjoys a nice brushing and massage.

She is really good about letting you know when she needs to go outside.  She is crate trained and when she gets tired she will go and lay down in her crate.


Mimi is about 13 years old.  She is a Poodle Terrier mix.  She had a hard life before she came to us but now absolutely loves life.

​She is in a wonderful forever foster home with her two sisters and mom and dad.

She does have Cushions Disease so needs to be on special food and meds.  She also has some eye issues and is on meds for that.

Her mom and dad take her for walks on the beach and car rides with her two sisters.  You can see one behind her in her picture.  Mimi is very special to their family and they love her so much.


Wren came to us when his mom could no longer care for him.  He is 13 years old, a whole of 6 pounds Chihuahua  and has been blind since birth.  But that does not slow him down.

He is going deaf, but can still hear some sounds.

He spends most his day sleeping, but does like to go outside some and Loves to be held, but only for a short time.  He is also pee pad trained and knows to go potty on the pee pad or outside.  He really is very low maintenance.

He is very healthy for an older little guy.

He will need to be in a foster home where he will be able to hang out with his human, go for car rides, play in the grass and just be loved and taken care of.