Are you ready for this?
Caring for a foster dog is not always easy at first. The dog you bring home may not be housetrained, they may chew inappropriate things, bark or display other undesirable behaviour. They may have disagreements with your existing pets and they may show issues such as anxiety and destructiveness. It can take days or weeks for things to settle down.
But the work you can do in teaching them appropriate behaviour and providing a low stress environment can be critical in helping them transition to a new family. The Foster Care Coordinator and Dogs’ Home support team will provide you with as much information and support as possible.
Please read before submitting your application:
- Please read and review the Foster Care Terms and Conditions here before submitting your application. You will need to agree to these as part of your application submission
- Please have a couple of photos (jpg format) of your fencing/backyard ready to upload with this application.
- If you are renting or leasing a property you will be required to provide an approval letter allowing a foster dog to live on the property from the owner
- You will be required to submit a Police Check or Working with Vulnerable People (WWVP) Certificate before final approval.