With shelter in place rules and humans spending more time at home, fostering can provide companionship, as well as a way to help animals. DogTime spoke with vet Dr. Dana Varble and Amber Kay of Fur Angels Animal Sanctuary about why now is a perfect time to foster animals in need.
Fostering helped us decide if George was ready for a fur sibling, and we’re so happy we did it. There’s never been a better time than now to foster! Here’s our story, and I hope it can help you decide to test the multi-dog home life by fostering too!
National Puppy Day is March 23rd! Even if you can’t adopt a puppy, there are plenty of ways to help puppies in need in honor of this holiday. Volunteer, raise funds, foster, or find other ways to get involved!
On January 24th, we celebrate Change A Pet’s Life Day. This special day is for encouraging people to adopt pets from shelters and raise awareness about animals in need. You don’t have to adopt a dog every year to make a positive impact. Here are eight ways you can change a dog’s life for the better!
It can be tough to spend your time caring for a pup, fall in love, and then have to say goodbye when they eventually go to a forever home, but there are so many good things that happen when you foster a dog, too.
Pets are mostly a personal expense and not tax-deductible, but there are a few exceptions to the rule that you may be interested in checking out.
A beautiful video that really captures the heart of the doggie foster parent.
Editorial: A seasoned animal advocate who fostered 66 dogs and cats over the years relays her experience with her current foster, a Doberman named Zoom.