If you're a dog lover and currently have room in your home to foster, Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center in Camden County could really use your help.

Homeward Bound, located in Blackwood, made an urgent plea on Instagram today for foster families because their kennel space is 'critically full' at the moment.

The center says it has lots of different fostering opportunities to fit any kind of home situation, so even if you don't think you have the room or the right environment to take care of a dog temporarily, you may actually be a great candidate.

If you're able to help Homeward Bound in their foster dog effort, please email foster@homewardboundnj.org or call (856) 401-1300.

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And, if you've been thinking of adopting a dog, now would be a great time. Homeward Bound is making it easier than ever. Now through September 14th, adoption fees are being waived for all dogs over the age of 7-year-old, and all dogs seven and younger are just $25.

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Please, please, if you have room in your heart and home, help Homeward Bound. They're so committed to finding fur-ever homes for the pets in their adoption center. Just think about how much love they'll bring to you and you to them, even if it's just a temporary foster situation.

My mom's dog, Bing, whom she adopted earlier this year, came from an amazing foster family. We're so grateful a family was willing to take her in before she found her fur-ever home with us.

Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center is located at 125 Country Club Road, Blackwood, NJ. Adoption hours are Tuesday and Wednesday 11a-6p, Thursday and Friday 11a-7p, and Saturday and Sunday 11a-4p.

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