Foster a Puppy
While our puppies are in training they need a loving home to look after them until they are ready to go to their new owner
It can be hard work looking after a puppy, but extremely rewarding. You will watch your puppy grow and learn, and develop into a fully accredited Assistance Dog. It may be hard to give up your puppy when he’s ready to start work, but you are giving an amazing gift to a person with disabilities and your generosity will change that individual’s life.
Before you express an interest to join our foster programme consider the following:
Can someone be at home most of the day?
- Do you have access to transport?
- Can you provide the puppy with a secure and enclosed outdoor play area?
- Can you provide the puppy with a secure indoor area and a quiet area?
- Is your home currently free of other dogs?
- Can you walk the puppy 3 to 4 times a day?
If you’ve answered yes to all of the above and are interested in registering, please download out programme guidelines. They give a detailed list of guidelines, as well as the registration form.
It does take a lot of work to raise a puppy, but it is one of the most rewarding things you can do for another person.