Becoming a foster is a huge commitment. Fostering changes the entire outcome of the animal. Without fosters who would care for them? Unfortunately, a lot of these babies are put down to to lack of knowledge. We are trying to change this. The more of these babies we save the more the word gets out that they can live long lives like any "normal" dog.
The babies we take in are all special needs. Most of them are hours old when they are surrendered to us and require care around the clock. The majority of these babies require tube feeding and sometimes medical intervention. Fostering a baby this young means being with your foster 24 hrs. a day for the first weeks. They have to be fed every 2 hours, so it's like caring for a newborn infant.
We understand that this isn't something everybody can do, or even wants to do. But, we also need fosters to pass them to when they get older and are weaned off the tube feeding. Fosters to help with potty training and preparing them for their future forever homes.
Want to help with transporting? We frequently need puppies transported from the owner to the foster.
If you think you would be interested, fill out the foster questionnaire and we will get back to you.
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