Mr Tee is looking for a greyhound foster savy home with no other animals
Foster Care Information
Fostering gives a greyhound a second chance to live out their natural lives as pets after their athletic career is finished.
Fostering is a great alternative if you can't adopt.
Not only does the greyhound benefit from your decision of becoming a foster carer, you will benefit from the companionship and satisfaction of seeing these beautiful dogs blossom.
Fostering gives you the chance to decide if a greyhound is the right
breed for your family.
Fostering is an extremely rewarding experience.
Foster carers play a vital part of our rehoming process by providing a temporary home while the greyhound transitions from a race dog to a family pet.
Exposing your greyhound to to living in a house, walking and socialising.
Teaching your greyhound how to live and learn about life as a pet, and preparing them to find a permanent home.
Helping with transporting dogs to events or vet appointments.
Secure fencing, 5 foot minimum with shelter from the elements.
Love, patience and kindness.
What we provide
What we provide
Collar, id tag.
Lead and muzzle.
Food and water bowl.
Crate (if needed).
Coat (in winter).
Monthly Flea/tick/worming treatments.
All dry food.
Treats, toys and other items (depending on donations)
Veterinary care if your foster becomes ill.
Behaviour training with a professional dog trainer if required.
Ongoing support and advice.
Dogs name your interested in*
Interested in Adoption or Fostering?*
Number of Children and ages*
Describe your fencing and height*
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