“Looking back on these photos made me realize that #MyFirstStrut represents a turning point in my life and my career. So much has changed in the last three years, but my dedication to Foster Dogs is still going strong. I’m so proud to support this team as a volunteer and as a business.”
All foster dog parents can say that they’ve certainly felt the influx of emotions when their first foster dog gets adopted. From feeling thrilled that their rescue dog finally has a “forever home” to call their own, to feeling devastated that a dog with whom you’ve bonded is no longer in your home. These are real, valid feelings that might occur; but rest assured: you’re not alone. Almost everyone in the dog fostering community has felt this way before. Here are just a few ways to cope with that sadness and to take advantage of all the positivity that fostering provides!
11 year old Yogi Bear is ready to accept adoption applications!
Says Kristen Auerbach, Director of Pima Animal Care Centers in Arizona, “We’ve written this article to share with you five strategies you can implement now to move more pets quickly through your system into homes. If you’re struggling with capacity issues, length-of-stay, or are sometimes forced to make the decision to euthanize for space, try these ideas and watch your placements soar!”
When he’s not patrolling national parks preventing forest fires, he’s loving life in foster care in Brooklyn. This 10 year old 15 pound active, happy, friendly, smart, perky “big-dog-in-tiny-package” is officially ready to accept adoption applications!