Foster home (dog)
When We Need You
From 08/06/2011 onwards
There are numerous ways to help with the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of those German Shepherd dogs that come into our care through cruelty, neglect or a change of owner’s circumstances: We are looking for temporary or permanent foster homes to care for dogs that come through our rescue charity. You would be responsible for the daily care of the dog, such as feeding, walking, etc. A home visit will be carried out to ensure that an appropriate dog will be placed in each home. Temporary foster homes are required until a permanent home is found for the dog, or perhaps you are looking for a dog and could offer a permanent home?
About Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue (Borders)
Second Chances for German Shepherds is a Scottish charity devoted to the rescue of German Shepherd dogs and to finding them good homes. Our work covers the whole of Scotland and Northern England and involves the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of those dogs that come into our care through cruelty, neglect or a change of owner’s circumstances. We also offer support, education and advice for owners to get the best from their German Shepherd.
Skills & Experience
Love for animals. Experience of dog ownership. Keenness to care for and help dogs.
Temporary or permanent homes can be located anywhere in Scotland or Northern England
Application Form, Informal Chat
Training and Induction Details
Advice on caring for a German Shepherd will be given, and on-going support is always available.
No Wheelchair Access
No Disabled Toilet
Frequency & Commitment
No minimum commitment required.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
Opportunity Provided By
Contact: Volunteer Centre Borders
Tel: 0845 602 3921
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