What does being a foster mean?
Many times for the health and wellbeing of the dog to live outside the shelter in a family setting until he or she finds their forever home. This is the case for puppies who cannot be vaccinated immediately, older dogs, very fearful dogs and in some cases dogs with serious injuries or health problems.
In these cases all the vet appointments are done at the clinic at FBM and for this reason those families need to live locally.
The length of fostering is not specific. Sometimes it could be for days or weeks or sometimes even months. For this reason it’s very important that this decision is made carefully and with a lot of thought beforehand.
Unnecessary changes for these dogs is very disruptive and can be damaging.
YOU WONT CHANGE THE WORLD FOSTERING A DOG BUT YOU WILL CHANGE THAT DOGS WORLD FOREVER.
Please fill out the following form so we can best understand your family life and the dog that would work best living with your family. Of course you choose from the candidates we have; the final decision is always yours!
If you find that your foster is a perfect fit and you’d like to adopt, please contact as soon as possible so that the adoption team can tell you if that option is possible.
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