CALENDAR Dogs of the Month
April - Breagha and Marti, Archie and Alfie
Breagha's mum Agnes said: Breagha is a lovely girl. She has become a real mummy's girl. She is clever, loving and we are so privileged to have her...
Marti, Archie and Alfie
Three very lucky spaniels who all found themselves being fostered by our best, sometimes 'failed' fosterer who has a very soft spot for spaniels. All three of them stayed in their lovely foster home which became their home for life. Sadly that life was all too short for Marti who passed just a year after fonding his wonderful home.
Could you foster a dog?
As ever we are in desperate need of foster homes for our dogs. The input of foster carers is vital for the dogs we take in. It gives us a chance to assess the dog so that we can do our best to match the dog to the right home. It also gives the dog a chance to settle down, gain confidence and all too often health, before they move to their new and permanent home. Most dogs only stay in foster care for a short time, one or two weeks and it is our aim to find new homes for dogs as fast as possible. We do occasionally get a dog that needs a bit longer but not that often.
We have one foster carer who has not been without a foster dog all year. It would be nice to be able to give him a break from time to time. If we can get a large enough bank of foster carers it would mean that we could ask for help from time to time but not often.
If you think you might be able to help and you live in Caithness, North Sutherland or Orkney please complete an adoption form specifying that you are interested in fostering and we will be in contact to talk about it.
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