Foster Application

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GENERAL INFORMATIONAL QUESTIONS

(i.e. correctional collars, crate, leash, grooming tools, etc.)

(i.e. days, weeks, however long it takes, etc.)

(Please check all that apply)

THINGS TO CONSIDER

  • Dogs that are rescued and brought into your home may have contagious diseases
  • All foster animals will have appropriate shots, undergone de-worming and a vet exam
  • Understand that foster animals may have behavioral issues that need to be corrected
  • We require frequent updates, by phone or email throughout the foster care period
  • Recognize that foster animals may have destructive behaviors
  • Crate training is asked of all Foster Families
  • We have resources available, please ask questions. We are here to help
  • Veterinary services, medications, and special diets are provided by Rescued Rascals
  • Any additional supplies that you personally provide are tax deductible due to our non-profit status

APPLICANT / CO-APPLICANT INFORMATION

Applicant

Applicant

Applicant

Co-Applicant

Co-Applicant

Co-Applicant

FAMILY HOUSEHOLD INFORMATION

(We require information on all adults/members living in the household)

EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION FOR APPLICANT

EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION FOR CO-APPLICANT

PERSONAL REFERENCE

CURRENT PET(S)

FOSTER PET APPROACH

RESCUED RASCALS FOSTER CARE APPLICATION

The exact breed of the majority of dogs is shared by us through the knowledge of our professional vets to the best of one’s knowledge.
The size of the dog when full grown that we rescue is indeterminate.
The nature of rescue leaves us being uncertain if a dog has had past behavioral issues; we share all information that was provided to us.
Therefore, we never make promises or guarantees as to the health, temperament, age, size, or behavior of a dog or puppy in our adoption program.
The Illinois Department of Agriculture requires us to license all foster families. The license fee is $25.00. This will be paid for by Rescued Rascals. Please do not enter into this agreement unless you have a deep desire to help the homeless dogs and puppies in our program. Not everyone has the time to foster. Fortunately, we have many other undertakings you can become involved with and help in other ways.We believe the rewards of becoming a foster parent far outweigh the challenges you may encounter. At the end of the day, foster parents throughout the United States help save millions of lives each year.

Thank you for considering becoming a Foster Parent to a Homeless Dog or Puppy!

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