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Fostering ex mill dogs give our dogs their first experience as living a "dogs" life.

Some fosters take in a single dog, others take in many. But regardless of the number without foster homes we can not save dogs. As you all know being a foster family you are providing for the first time for a mill dog security, love and care , food, and for the first time a safe and warm place for these dogs to be. We are a rescue organizations are very dependent on donations, adoptions, and funding..
We’ve often hear from people that they fear fostering because they would won't be able to let the foster go.. With love and care, foster animals will grab a piece of your heart –– we won’t lie to you there and you will become attached to your foster pet But letting go of your foster pet will be made easier knowing as you all have witnessed first hand by adopting from us that we become a Big Family and have the Parent's List where you can keep in contact with your foster dog's adoptive family.
The rewards of being a foster parent are like those you will never experience doing anything else.

That feeling that you will experience when you see the dog look at you for the first time after never being able to look in human eyes, or just by allowing you to pet him or her for the first time. Seeing the dog run in the yard or touch the grass beneath it's feet. And the first time you see the dog beginning to realize that we "humans" are not all bad, that we can and do have a gentle touch.

Please consider fostering.

When you foster a PMR Dog, we will always be available to you for assistance. We can and will provide the knowledge from our experience and you never need to worry about being alone without answers to your questions. WE have a Foster Group that you will be added to much like the Parent's group, and we do pay all veterinary bills. You will have our total support and gratitude.

Thank you for considering being a foster home, if you wish to give fostering a try, please click the link below and fill out our foster application.

So if you feel that you are up to the challenge, please click the link below to fill out a foster home application.  

There are some issues that you need to consider.

We  ask that you be their transition home, between where they came from & where they'll be adopted to.  We ask that you treat them as a family member while they're in your care.  Spoil them rotten and give them love.

 That's not hard to do!
Make sure your entire family is in 100% agreement with bringing a foster dog into your home - and that they understand 100% the problems that can occur. 

They can be hard to potty train.  It maybe very trying to deal with some of their issues, like poop eating, excessive fear, or excessively needy dogs.  They tend to be frightened of sudden moves, loud noises, and sometimes even the touch of a hand.

They can go from being very scared to being totally dependent upon you, in such a short time.  During this time, they may not want to be separated from you.  They can become very stressed if they are boarded.  They remember their life in the mill and they feel as though they have been placed right back into that situation when they are boarded.  You have to be willing to take time out of your current lifestyle to help this poor unfortunate soul who depends solely on you. 

These dogs have many needs and they have been through hell living in a small cage, not getting enough to eat, not knowing understanding, love, patience, or the gentle touch of a hand.  Some have spent their entire lives living in a cage with their feet never touching the ground.  They do not know what the feel of grass is beneath their feet.  They have never been walked on a leash so you will have to teach them just as if they were a small puppy.

  It may take several months to get the puppymill smell out of the dog. No matter how many times that you wash the dog, the smell may come back.  This is embedded deep into the pores of the dogs and it will take time and good food and care in order to rid the dog of this smell. 

These dogs do not really know how to act like a dog.  This is something that they will learn over time with patience and understanding.

Caring, patience, no preconceived notions of the perfect dog, or the perfect dog in a week or a month, dealing with the dogs' issues, and being willing to wait till the dog is ready for touch, not you, pooping or peeing on the floor, hoarding toys or food, growling, or barking.

 Some dogs may also be somewhat food aggressive.  Any and all of this might be in your future with a foster dog. These dogs are not "perfect".

So if you are not up to a challenge, then a puppymill foster dog is not for you.  Just  remember that you are learning the same time as the dog. So do not get frustrated if it has some set backs right after you get it. 

So again if you feel that you are up to the challenge, please click the link below to fill out a foster home application.  

We appreciate all inquiries. Thank you!