Fosterers are prepared to look after a dog in their own home for as long as it takes us to find permanent and loving homes. This could be a matter of days, weeks or even a few months but it gives us a chance to assess the needs of the particular dog e.g. can he/she live with another dog, older children, cats, etc. It also provides us with an opportunity to check the health of the dog and to vaccinate, micro-chip and neuter.
These wonderful ‘foster homes’ give the dog love, time and exercise etc freely. However, Sussex Pet Rescue always pays for expenses such as petrol and all food and veterinary bills.
We can only rescue as many dogs as we have foster homes for. Could you find it in your heart to provide this essential service? Please click here to go to the Adopting page for more information.