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If your foster animal does not immediately get along with your resident animals are you willing to do slow introductions over 72+ hours?
We ask all of our fosters to be willing to do slow introductions and crate and rotate for up to a week. Our animals often need time to decompress before being integrated into your family! We are looking for fosters who are committed to making it work, even if it's hard at first.. Our foster coordinators are here to help! If you change your mind, please feel free to fill out an application!
Thank you! Our animals often need time to decompress before being integrated into your family! We are looking for fosters who are committed to making it work, even if it's hard at first. We are excited to have you join our foster base! If you agree to foster an animal and then find it doesn't fit with your current lifestyle, are you willing to keep the foster until it is adopted?
Unfortunately, fostering might not be a fit for you right now. We understand that thinking about fostering and actually fostering are much different. But, we ask that if you decide it's not right for you, you stay committed to your current foster through adoption. Returning animals is stressful on them, fills up a new foster home and is hard on our staff.
Great! We understand that thinking about fostering and acutally fostering are much different. Thank you for realizing that you've committed to your current foster and will keep them through adoption. If your foster is not house trained or litterbox trained right away, will you keep them as a foster?
We have no idea if our cats and dogs are house/litterbox trained or not, and it's common for accidents to occur in a new environment, even for house trained dogs. Some will be, and others will need a crash course in potty training! We are looking for fosters who will keep their animals even if they have accidents. We are happy to help, but cannot have returned animals due to house training issues.
Wonderful! We often have no idea if our animals are house trained or not, and even in house trained pets, accidents are common in a new environment. Thank you for committing to working with your foster animal on potty training! We're here to help! If your foster is not crate trained/exhibits separation anxiety, will you keep your foster?
We often have no idea if our dogs are crate trained or not. Some will be, others need to be taught! We are looking for fosters who will keep their dogs even if they have anxiety about their kennel. We are happy to give tips and tricks, but cannot have fosters return their dogs due to crate training issues. We do understand that fosters living in an apartment may not have an option due to barking.
Wonderful! We often have no idea if our foster dogs are crate trained or not. Thank you for committing to work with your foster animal on crate training and separation anxiety! We are here to help! If your foster has minor medical issues, such as diarrhea or kennel cough, are you committed to keeping them through treatment & adoption?
We are looking for fosters who are comfortable dealing with minor medical issues. Kennel cough, diarrhea, etc. are common among shelter animals and we want to make sure that they can recover with their foster homes! Please consider filling out an application if you decide you can work with those issues!
Thank you! Shelter animals often have minor medical issues pop up. Our job is to assist you in getting them healthy and adoptable! We appreciate your commitment to your foster animal(s)! Please select "yes" and click submit to read an important message from our executive director