Maremma Sheepdog Club of America

Maremma Sheepdog Club of America


Foster Homes Needed

Please contact the MSCA Rescue chair Allison Ribaux, to become a foster for a future Maremma or LGD today. Fosters are needed across North America. A foster home is a temporary home where the dog can live until a permanent home is found. Thank you!

MSCA Rescue Committee, Allison Ribaux Chair

As the guardians of the Maremma Sheepdog, the MSCA is prepared to rescue any purebred Maremma without a home.

If you have one or more Maremmas that you cannot keep for reasons such as illness, family changes, or financial changes, please contact the Club’s Rescue Committee instead of turning the dog(s) in to a shelter. The MSCA Rescue Committee will act quickly to find a new suitable home for your dog(s), regardless of age.

The purposes of the Rescue Committee is to provide for the rescue of Maremma Sheepdogs in all areas of North America and to provide rescue liaison with other clubs and organizations when purebred Maremma Sheepdogs come into their Rescue.

The MSCA Rescue Committee is looking, members, and volunteers all across North America who would like to be involved in rescuing Maremmas in need.

The MSCA assumes no liability for rescue operations, except as required by law. Those who perform rescue services for the MSCA do so at their own risk.

The Rescue Committee Chair will provide a rescue report to the Board at each meeting, publish articles and information on rescue in club publications, coordinate policies, and exchange information with committee members and the club.