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Old 08-20-2007, 09:50 PM   #1
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I am interested in fostering dogs in the soon future plus other dog related goals I hope to for fill, which I will make threads about them to get advice, hear your stories or how you got started & doing it. I am interested in hearing from people who foster dogs or want to for a fact in the future. What kinds of things you need to do or prove, get started, money wise. Any steps? How to ask the SPCA, Anything at all will be great help. Any links will do as well for fostering dogs. Since everyone here is smart on dogs, and had experiants with many more dogs & years on me. Hehe.



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One thing I think will be a problem would be falling in love with every dog and wanting to keep them all. Haha. I think that might be a flaw in some of my dog related goals I want to do in my lifetime. I wanted to do these things since 4 so, itís about time I got my butt in gear, to bad I didnít earlie. However better late then never right?

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All I know about the subject is that they generally will pay the costs for a foster dog (food, meds, vet bills, shots, spay/neuter). I don't know if the SPCA sends dogs to foster homes but I'm sure some no-kill shelters will.
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Old 08-25-2007, 11:50 PM   #5
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I know that our SPCA fosters.
I'd guess most No Kill shelters foster, (I know were I've vol does) to get animals some normalcy, since many could end up waiting a few months to be adopted.
Greyhound rescues are also another place to check with.
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