Beyond the Walk does not currently have available fosters, but check out the adoptable dogs featured below.

Featured Adoptable Dogs

Lex and Luther

This pair of Australian Cattle/Mix Dogs are bonded for life. They are loving souls and enjoy home life – cuddling on the couch and keeping you warm a night. They can be "velcro" dogs and love to be with their human once they trust you.

Luther and Lex like to play together outside. They rarely bark in the house and are crate trained, housebroken, and love to go for walks and car rides. They have had limited socializationin the outside world around crowds and would do best with and adopter that is able to work on this through positive reinforcement training. They are shy when people come to the house, however they warm up after a little time goes by.

Lex and Luther like cats and smaller dogs, but they don’t seem to care for larger breed dogs. Lex and Luther will be great companions for someone experienced with fearful dogs and who will work at their pace so they can overcome their fears and thrive in life!

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Saint is a 3 year old Saint Bernard, English Shepherd mix. He is a great dog! He likes everyone. He has been in a new foster home for the last several months while completing his heartworm treatment. He is healthy and thriving now and so ready to start his forever life. We have learned that Saint has a visual impairment in one of his eyes from an old injury. That, combined with his very unhappy past, has left him with some quirks. He is a great guy nonetheless and would make a perfect pet for the right person.

He would do better in a low traffic home with not too much commotion. He loves his people, is affectionate, housebroken, and well behaved. 

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Beyond's Adopted Foster Dogs


Robinson (now Buddy) was found crawling down a street by a good samaritan in Alabama. He had been shot in a hind leg. The leg was too badly damaged to repair and was amputated. This handsome tri-pod didn't let this cruelty define him. He adores people and gets along with other dogs. He has adapted to having 3 legs and can still run and play just like his 4 legged friends. Buddy was a quick foster and found his forever home with a family in Long Island in a few short weeks.


Foxy lived with many other Chi's in NYC, but she was the only one surrendered to the shelter due to "too many pets". Foxy just stared out of her kennel all day and exhibited no normal canine behavior. Once in foster, Foxy flourished with us and was such a love bug! We discovered her playful side with other dogs (and socks). Foxy is loved in her forever home in Rhode Island.


Wilson's origin in Oklahoma is not clear. He came to us when his first foster home could no longer care for him. Wilson was my dog park buddy for months until he met his adopters at that very park. Wilson loves all people and dogs and is a model doggie citizen. Wilson spends his days playing with his canine sister in east New Jersey and receiving kisses from his human mom and dad.


Pino was surrendered to a New Jersey vet. Pino may look like a Chihuahua, but he thinks he's a little mush. He loved all people, even toddlers! Pino loved to perch on peoples' shoulders and play hide and seek from his doggie siblings. He is now the puppy "child" of his proud adoptive parents in north New Jersey.


Simba was found as a stray in New Jersey. He was very respectful of his foster doggie sister, Riley. Simba is an avid snorer and loves to run and fetch. Simba was adopted by an employee of the vet office he was originally boarded at and is cared for as a furry family member.


Sherlock was saved from the euthanasia line in a southern shelter. He had a rocky past of reported aggression towards people and dogs. However, when I met him he was gentle friends with a cockatiel bird and was quickly accepted as "brother" by my Riley. Sherlock is known for his odd habits of laying with his head off the dog bed. It was love at first sight with Sherlock's adopter who remains devoted to him in Maryland.


Mater is the biggest mush! Through no fault of his own he was returned to rescue twice. He is now ready for adventure with his adoptive family in Baltimore, Maryland where he lives with his "mom and dad" and human brothers who adored him at first sight. Mater is so happy to finally have a place to call his forever home!

Photo credit: Rachel Belyavsky



Leia came to rescue in NJ from the south with her litter of puppies.  Leia's mommy duties ended and was fostered by Beyond the Walk! She loves attention, petting, and toys!  Leia enjoys playing with other dogs (as long as they're not near her stuffed toys!) Leia learned sit, let's go, and paw and made doggie friends while in foster at Beyond the Walk. Leia filled her adopted parents' dog-less void. She is cherished and doted on in her home in Central NJ.