The Kramer Foundation is dedicated to fostering, rehabilitating and rehoming dogs that would historically be euthanized in shelters for behavior and/or health issues. We also foster puppy litters until they are old enough or healthy enough to be adopted. This includes bottle fed litters and single puppies.



Our programs include fostering for soldiers deployed with no place to house their dog and for returning Veterans while they are in treatment. We also foster for domestic violence victims until they can be placed in a safe home that will accept their dog.


The Kramer Foundation provides certified search dogs for lost and missing persons, cadaver/crime scene dogs as well as therapy dogs for educational programs, counseling agencies, schools, libraries, victim interviews and any place needing a fuzzy shoulder to cry on or a warm body to comfort a wounded heart. All programs are strictly volunteer with no cost to participants and no salaries are drawn by anybody.