9725 FM 1783
Gatesville, TX 76528-4739
National Office Contact # (254) 248-1818
Please use Contact Form if your inquiry relates to something other than our Foster Home program (cases we are assisting with are listed below) or wanting to register as potential foster home. At this time we do not have a staff or volunteers to man our phone at the national office, so if our CEO is not in the office due to having to be involved with the local or involved with various events in the area getting the word out. We are sorry for any inconvenience but we have provided everything about who we are, what situations we are trying to help with, and how others can become involved with the organizations, and various ways to support our ALL volunteer 501c3 military and veteran support organization.
Please read the following before completing the Contact Us Form:
If you are (1) deploying (combat or peacekeeping or humanitarian type mission), (2) wounded warrior, (3) veteran with unforeseen in-patient major medical/health situation or homeless receiving a hand up via a VA or VA approved Homeless Veteran Transition program, (4) PCSing out of country but your beloved companion animal(s) unable to travel at same time, or (5) family of a Fallen Warrior please review the information provided on the “MVP Foster Home” program (by clicking the appropriate link above).
If you are an individual or family interested in possibly opening your heart and home to foster a specific companion animal(s) for a specific service member/veteran, please click on the “Become A Foster Home” link to learn more about what is expected and for submitting the “Potential Foster Home Submission” form via a secured On-Line web page.
NOTE: As we are not an animal rescue organization we do not have an animal re-homing program or resources to do such. Where the companion animal needs a new permanent home, please contact the local “animal rescue organizations” in your state for surrendering such animal. Animal rescue do not euthanize animals but usually place them in their approved foster homes til the animal is actually adopted by a new family. We do not recommend surrendering your animal to an animal shelter unless they are a no-kill shelter with a foster home program to care for the animal until they can adopted by the right family.