My wife and I have started fostering Golden Retrievers. To be a foster parent all you have to do is provide love and food and help them find a new and loving home. You can go to http://www.gbgrr.org/ to look at all of the dogs that need new homes. You can also sign up to be a foster parent their too. This is a great thing to do. You get to help dogs that need love and a little help and you get all the affection a dog can give.
Would you like to help a Golden in Need by Fostering? GBGRR needs caring, patient and responsible Golden lovers to join our foster home team by opening their homes and their hearts to our rescue Goldens. A key component to our Rescue program is the foster home. The principle behind fostering is to provide the dogs entrusted to our care with a home environment to expedite their mental and/or physical rehabilitation and to evaluate their habits and behavior. This allows GBGRR to place the dog with the new family and improve the chances of lifelong enjoyment of the dog and the new family. Click here to read our most frequently asked questions about fostering. Also, click here for 10 great reasons to foster a Golden. If you would like to open your heart and home to a Golden in need or have additional questions about fostering, please give us a call at (281) 480-4942 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is Chevis' Bio and I will keep you updated on his progress.
Hi, my name is Chevis, but my foster Mom calls me Chevy Chase because I am a handsome, sweet clown! I came to Houston from Louisiana Humane Society. I am approximately 3 years old, very well behaved and have not had an accident in the house. I figured that doggie door out day one! I know how to sit and love tennis balls. I get along great with other dogs. I am current on vaccinations and will be going to the vet on 6/20/07 to be neutered and checked for heart worms. We'll update my bio after my visit to the vet.
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