YOU'D LIKE TO

BECOME A

FOSTER CARER?

WHATS INVOLVED?

 

Foster Carer's are hard to come by and very important to any rescue organisation. The number of dogs we can rescue depends directly on the number of carers we have - when they are full, we are full until adoptive homes are found.

Our Carer's are responsible for looking after, loving and caring for the dogs.  We ask our carers to take regular photos of the dogs so we can upload to websites and social media in order to give the dogs high exposure and maximum chances of adoption. Carer's are asked to transport dogs to and from the Vets when required (though other carers can help out with transport if needed).

Carer's are responsible for responding to inquiries about the dogs in their care, and giving full and honest information about the dogs. Carer's have the final decision on whether a prospective home is suitable for the dog in their care. 

CARER's need to be prepared to have the dog in their care for CONSIDERABLE TIME. Some dogs re-home quickly, some may be with you for several months. Some dogs have special needs. Carer's put up their hand to take a dog, they are never pressured to do so.

SO STILL KEEN TO SAVE SOME LIVES? Send us an email

There are many ways to get involved if you cannot take on Foster Caring - administration, fundraising, updating our social media....want to help? Get in touch!

 

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