Foster Program

Foster homes allow Jasmine’s House to rescue dogs from a variety of situations by providing temporary care until they are adopted. We couldn’t help these dogs without the kindness of people opening their homes to fosters in need. It is an undeniably selfless and rewarding experience and it doesn’t come without its challenges, but we are here for any support that our foster homes need.

Learn More


Project Mickey

Project Mickey, our youth outreach program through Baltimore City Public Schools, aspires to build positive attitudes towards animals, pit bulls in particular, by providing:

  • Activities for children to strengthen use of vocabulary for expressing feelings
  • A safe space to express empathy, a necessary component for compassion towards others
  • Positive role models who can share their experiences and knowledge about animals
  • Fun and educational lessons on animal needs, communication, and training
  • Real life stories of animal abuse and neglect and the effects on people, animals and the community
  • Positive interactions with pre-screened dogs including opportunities to learn training techniques
  • Opportunities to collaborate with peers in teams and demonstrate individual interests and talents
  • A chance to use what they have learned to educate others and/or advocate on behalf of animals or organizations that support them
Learn More