KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER When Fostering

Returning your foster: Our foster team does the best they can to work with your schedule and be flexible. However if you can no longer keep your foster dog, we do require 48 hours notice in order to find new placement.

Travel: You are not permitted to take your foster dog out of the area or place them in someone else's care unless you receive clearance from the foster coordinator.

Medical Issues: Should any medical issues arise, our foster team will work with you to schedule a vet appointment at one of our partner vets in your area. If you take your foster dog to your own vet or to one of our vets without our permission, we will not be able to reimburse the bill.

Adopting your foster dog: We call this a foster fail! If you are interested in foster failing, we just ask that you let us know as soon as you can. You will have to go through the normal adoption process (fill out an application and make the donation), but as long as there is no meet-and-greet already in place, we do love to see our fosters give their dog his/her forever home!