ARPH is now on Instagram – please follow us at aussie_rescue_dogs_rock
We depend on Foster Homes to give us more information about the Aussie that they are temporarily caring for. These volunteers care for ARPH dogs in their own homes. They are often called upon to have dogs vetted, do some training and socializing of the dogs, and speak to potential adopters. They work hand in hand with the reps, as they are the ones who get to know the dogs the best. Their evaluation of a dog’s personality and temperament helps the rep place the dog in the most appropriate home. Some experience with training is very useful, but not required. Veterinary expenses are reimbursed; foster homes supply food and most importantly love to homeless Aussie.
Here’s a short article on what fostering is not
We’ve noticed that our blog host, WordPress.com, has started inserting ad links into the emails that go out, just under what we post. Please be aware that ARPH has no connection with, and nothing to do with, the WordPress-inserted ad links, rather it’s become the “price” for the free blog hosting.
Thanks for your understanding.
The 2019 ARPH wall calendar, which unfolded is 17” long by 11” wide (picture shows the cover and a monthly page), is available to order now at
If you’re a lover of herding dogs, and would love to help out Australian Shepherd’s, then Aussie Rescue needs you. We are looking for volunteers and adopters who are familiar with the unique traits of herding dogs.
General Volunteers help by doing home visits. screening applications, helping at rescue booths, fund raising and whatever other jobs may arise.
Foster Homes work with dogs in their own homes for a minimum of 2 weeks. They are often called upon to have dogs vetted, do some training and socializing of the dogs, and speak to potential adopters. Experience with training is very helpful. Veterinary expenses are reimbursed, foster homes supply food and most importantly love to homeless Aussies.
We need volunteers in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions … Please help this wonderful breed! And thank you!
Boon is a 7 year old red merle male, currently in Maine. He should be available in around 2 weeks, and a potential adopter will need to travel to Maine to meet him. We’ll post when he is available for adoption, along with additional information.
We sent this out the other day, with an incorrect Facebook link. The correct one is below.
If you’re an ARPH adopter who lives in NY or CT or if you adopted your ARPH Aussies from one of our amazing foster homes in this area we would love to hear from you. Even if you adopted a referral dog we’d like an update. Please post a picture of your loving Aussie and let us know how they are doing.