Because fosters are a vital part of our rescue program, we can never have too many homes. If you think you might be interested in fostering, we want to talk to you.
Most of our goldens cannot be left alone for 8 hours a day, so foster must be able to accommodate that with their schedules and/or pet sitters.
Fosters must have a secured fenced yard.
Our goldens cannot be left alone outside for any period of time, even if it's a great fenced yard.
Our fosters need to be able to get their foster dog to various events. These occur primarily in Greensboro and Winston-Salem. There are typically only 1 or 2 a month.
Our greatest needs are people that can foster heartworm positive dogs undergoing treatment for at least two months.
Our other great need is fosters than can help with training and/or anxieties in our dogs.
Many times a foster will need to crate our golden until they learn about the golden's habits (chewing, anxious, potty training, etc.). Because we often do not know the dog’s temperament, we suggest that you foster only if your children are over 5 years old.