How to Foster a Dog: Important Things You Should Know

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Why foster?

Who can foster?

Age of foster carer

Work commitments

Children / other pets

Dogs with certain issues

You need to have spare time to put into the care of these animals, as well as being prepared to say goodbye when they eventually leave for their forever home.

How do you become a fosterer?

Conclusion

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Rebecca is a companion animal vet who has always had a passion for writing and client communication. Since her graduation from the Royal Veterinary college in 2009, she has gained a wealth of experience in first opinion small animal practice, in both clinical and managerial roles. She currently works in the South West and deals with a variety of routine and emergency appointments, but particularly enjoys medicine cases. Outside of work and writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, including her bouncy flat-coated retriever George!

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