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Please this the names and ages of others living in household and their relation to you
Name of dog interested in fostering, and why
Do you own or rent
Do you live in
single family home
If renting do you have landlords permission to have a dog? If so, please provide landlord's name and phone number.
Is there fencing and if so what is the type and height of fencing? Are there any slats/openings (including easily opened gates) that could allow a small dog to get out?
If you do not have a fence please explain how you will handle dog or puppy's bathroom & exercise?
Please list all pets currently living with you.
inside/outside or both
how long owned
How do you think your pets will act with or react to a foster dog?
Do you or any member of your family have any on-going medical conditions (including any allergies) that might interfere with fostering a new dog? Yes No If yes, please explain:
Can you isolate the dog from the other animals if they cannot get along? Yes No How do you plan to do this?
Are your dogs always supervised when they are outside?
How many hours will
dog be left alone during the day?
Where will the dog be kept when alone?
Who is your Veterinarian/Clinic?
How much time do you have each day to exercise/ play with a foster d
Are you willing to foster a dog from rescue to adoption. The amount of time needed to find a permanent home for a dog can vary from weeks to months.
Sometimes a complete history and temperament of a foster dog are unknown. We rely on our fosters to relay this valuable information to us in order for us to find the best possible home for the dog. Please check the boxes below to indicate your foster preferences.
I am open to any dog
Small Dogs (under 25 pounds)
Medium-Large Dogs (over 25 pounds)
Mom and puppies
Bottle feed babies
Dogs requiring daily medication
Shy/scared dogs who need socialization
Are you able/willing to transport dogs to adoption events?
Have you ever had to give up a Pet (
/Cat/Other) for any reason? If yes please explain.
Dogs can dig, chew, bark, jump up on people and bite. How do you plan to deal with these or any other potential problems?
We will provide all vetting, food, toys etc for foster dogs. Foster dogs are spayed/neutered and come with all shots. If at any time you decide to adopt a foster dog all rules for adopting apply including flling out a contract and paying an adoption fee. Do you agree to this?
What reasons would cause you to return the
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about you or do you have any questions for us?