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In order to become a foster parent/guardian we ask that you fill out this application. Please realize that when bringing home a new animal you must be responsible for the safety and actions of that animal. They do not know what is happening and need guidance and time to adjust. You must be able to supervise them and we cannot be liable for anything that gets chewed, etc. Please answer the following questions. Please understand that these animals are under Give a Dog a Bone Rescue Fosters and under the legal guardianship of Give a Dog a Bone Rescue until officially adopted. Thank you for your compassion and energy towards this important mission.
Have you fostered an animal before?
Do you have pets of your own?
Are you willing to foster an animal until it is adopted (several weeks to several months) ?
Will you make the pet available for adoption events?
Will you transport the animal to the vet if needed?
Would you foster a dog from the county shelter's sick bay?
Do you have a fenced in yard with at least a 5 foot fence or wall?
If for any reason you are unable to continue to foster, would you notify Give a Dog a Bone Rescue seven days in advance for them to find another foster location for this animal? (Are you willing to give Give a Dog a Bone Rescue seven days in which to find a new foster home in the case of an unforeseen situation where you are no longer able to care of your foster? Foster homes are always full and it is not so easy for us to move an animal. If they are under a year old or sick they cannot go into a boarding facility.) Please intial belowl.
How many people in your household & ages
How many & types animals in household ?
Have all your pets been vacinated?
Do you have a crate?
If needed, would you vaccinate your dogs against kennel cough?
All fosters must comply with the rules and policies of PACC, including the following: Bucket or spill proof bowl for water, Leash Laws, Adequate covered shade when outside, Picking up feces daily All fosters must keep precise records of your foster animals, which is the following: Copy of Kennel Card, Medical History from PACC, Spay or Neuter certificate
I understand that Give a Dog a Bone Rescue cannot and does not make any representation of warranties, either expressed or implied concerning the temperament, habit, health, pedigree, disposition, sex, or background of this animal and that Give a Dog a Bone Rescue's pays for all medical for the care of your foster dog. Please be aware if you take the foster to any other vet then Give a Dog a Bone Rescue's vet you will be responsible for payment. Furthermore, I understand that the animals' future reactions to me, my family, or any other persons are completely unpredictable because animals can have their own personalities. I also assume full responsibility to provide proper food, water, shelter, veterinary care, exercises, and a safe environment for this animal. Animals should never be left unattended in a motor vehicle at any time.
In consideration of receiving this animal the adopting party hereby releases Give a Dog a Bone Rescue, it's foster parents, and any employees from claims of liability to anyone for injuries or damage caused to them or their others property.
By typing my initials below I agree to contact Give a dog a Bone Rescue at least once a week at the phone # above or email, to keep them informed on the well being of the foster animal. I agree to do this every week the animal is in my care.
Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you as soon as possible
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