Is fostering for you?.......It takes a very special person to be able to foster for a rescue. By opening the door to their heart and their home they pave the way for a rescue babe to re-adjust, settle and prepare themselves for the chance of a new life.
In some cases, it is a relatively simple transition from one loving home to another but on occasions it could be a gentle introduction to the loving life that all dogs should have.
For a dog that is surrendered for adoption, due to unavoidable circumstances and through no fault of their own, the process is usually a continuation of the love they have always known and they usually adapt quite well, with none or little upset. In stark contrast, a dog that comes
into rescue from a pound after being picked up as a stray, or has been removed from a situation where it has suffered abuse, may be extremely traumatised. These particular dogs come into rescue with little or no known history so their re-adjustment may be more complicated but even more
rewarding when they come into their own once they are settled in their Fur-ever home.
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