Fostering – click on this link for our FosterContract
We are seeking a few foster homes for our dogs and puppies until they find their fur-ever homesa! It is a great way to get to know our dogs and possibly become a “foster failure” as we call our foster adoptive clients. Call us if you can take in one of our dogs today!
Fostering means taking a needy animal into your home for a specific amount of time. Generally, we look for a minimum 2-4 week commitment, sometimes more depending upon the needs of the animal as well as other circumstances. During those weeks, we are actively seeking a permanent home for your foster animal, if they are ready for adoption. This includes running advertisements, website updates and networking. Foster families need to work with Navan Animal Rescue Corporation to help us more thoroughly evaluate the animal in their care (i.e. good with children? Afraid of cats?) and be available with a reasonable lead time to show the animals if we have a potential adopter.
Foster animals come with enough food to last the duration of the foster period, a litter box or kennel, and a list of emergency numbers should you experience any health issue with our animal. Veterinary costs have to be approved by an authorized member of Navan Animal Rescue Corporation and we have excellent access to veterinarians after hours.
It is not the responsibility of the foster home to adopt NARC’s foster pet. Screening processes are in place and are done by a trained Navan Animal Rescue Corporation member. Of course, you may promote the animal within your care and we encourage you to speak about your foster animal to friends and family, but the final decision and responsibility rests with us. Our foster homes are pre-approved, that being said, if you decide to adopt your foster dog – you are more than welcomed to do so!