FOSTER A NEEDY PET
Please note some of the rescues have already had several homes prior to coming to usand may have some trouble adjusting. Fostering is very rewarding but there are several things to consider before you commit to fostering. He/she may bark or cry in the middle of the night. The dogmay vomit or have diarrhea. He/she maybe shy and unapproachable or aggressive. Some dogs have behavior challenges, weight issues and on going medical care. Please be specific as to what needs you are able to accommodate. The fosters may also want to be with you continuously and drown you in love. This commitment can take weeks to months, till the dog is placed in its permanent home. The foster parent plays a key roll in placing the dog in a forever home, by keeping Get-A-Life Pet Rescue informed of the dog’s personality and growth, as well asany problems or concerns you may encounter. This foster process is very rewarding to both foster family and dog! Maybe you too, will see your foster and his/her adopted family at the next Get-A-LifePet Rescue event!
We, at Get A Life Pet Rescue, thank you for your interest in helping us to fulfill our mission. Dependent on your times available and interest, we may or may not be able to offer you a position, yet your application will be kept on file for three months.