Could You Foster One Of Our Dogs?
Could You Foster One Of Our Dogs? We urgently need fosterers who are willing to help our dogs find their forever homes. As a foster family you will be providing a loving and stable home environment for a dog who has had a traumatic start in life and giving your foster dog a chance to adjust to life outside of a kennel. Simple everyday things like going for a walk or playing with a ball might be completely new to a rescue dog. Even though our kennel owners provide our dogs with the very best care, every dog deserves to experience what it is like to live in a home. Could you welcome a dog into your home to foster?
Benefits Of Fostering For The Dog
Fostering helps rehabilitate a dog that has spent most of its life living on the streets or in kennels. As a fosterer you will provide our dogs with the one on one love and attention they sometimes need to get them ready for life with a new family by building your foster dogs’ confidence and improving their socialisation skills. There are varying degrees of need across the dogs in our care who are waiting for a foster family. Becoming a fosterer will be one of the most rewarding things you ever do and it a vital part of the rehoming process for many dogs.
Not all of our dogs cope well in a kennel environment and therefore we need fosterers who can provide our dogs with one-on-one attention and care. We have many different types of dogs, different sizes and dogs that can live with other dogs or ones that are better-suited on their own and we can help find the perfect fit for you and your foster dog.
If you think you could foster one of our dogs, or would simply like more information on the fostering process please email Nikki Simmonds.