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Foster Application Form
Full Name
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Phone Number
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Full address
Include address, city & postal code
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Area of the city
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Age
Email Address
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Occupation
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Household Members Names & Ages
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Who will be the primary caregiver?
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Who will be the secondary caregiver(s)?
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Do you or does someone in the house have a reliable vehicle? (for vet appointments)
Do you rent or own?
If you rent, does your landlord permit animals?
Are there restrictions?
Landlords name and contact number:
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Any current household pets?
If yes, please indicate age, breed, altered and UTD below
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Where will the foster dog sleep?
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How many hours on average a day, will the dog be alone?
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Have you owned dogs in the past?
If yes, big or small?
Have you ever fostered?
If yes, for who?
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Did they do a home check?
How did you hear about fostering for SADN?
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Liability
Understand that there is no guarantee, warranty or full knowledge of any rescue dog, age, health or temperament. The foster home accepts the foster dog into their care and agrees to release and not hold SADN, along with its volunteers and board of directors, from any and all liability and responsibility in connection with the dog fostered through SADN. SADN is not responsible for damaged property or items caused by foster dogs.
SADN CANNOT and therefore WILL NOT adopt out a dog to a foster home for any reason.
What We Do
Save A Dog Network Canada (SADN) is a volunteer run, non-profit organization that is dedicated to changing the lives of unwanted, abused, and injured dogs in Canada. SADN was founded in 2013, and currently networks with 15 First Nations communities and 16 rescues across Canada. Although we primarily help in Manitoba, our networking and support extends across Canada. One of the key focuses of Save A Dog Network has, is to provide education and resources to remote communities with limited or no access to veterinary care while rescuing dogs who are neglected. SADN helps these areas by building relationships with community members. We do this by arranging and transporting unwanted, sick and injured dogs into Winnipeg (both ground and air), provide owners with affordable fixing costs (and help transport) and coordinate, host and execute vaccination and deworming clinics in isolated communities for the hundreds of dogs that roam unvaccinated and unaltered on many Manitoba First Nation Communities. We are not an adopting rescue, but a temporary rescue that networks with first nations communities and adopting rescues.
What To Expect While Fostering for SADN
Fostering a dog temporarily can be hard on your emotions. Sometimes you fall in love with a dog and that means you loved that dog like it was yours and you set them up for success in their new home. It may be hard when the times comes to let that dog go but it has to be done. The dogs in our care are not ours to adopt out and they must move on to their adopting rescues. The dog will be in your care for approximately 2-3 weeks, with occasions where the dog may be there only a few days or on a medical/behaviour hold for a few months. This will be discussed prior to arrival in your home and can be negotiated based on your commitment.

The dog may be scheduled to leave at a short moment's notice. Please be prepared as logistics can happen quickly and we will do our best to utilize the transport help when we can.

What SADN Covers:
-food
-treats
-vetting
-kennels for in home and transporting
-toys
-blankets/dog bed
-pee pads

If you feel you need anything else, please contact us and we will do our best to help.

The foster home agrees to always:
(PLEASE INITIAL ALL ITEMS BELOW)
Respect the fact this dog is not up for adoption through SADN. We kindly request that you not ask to adopt the dog you are fostering.
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Provide daily nutritious food, water, adequate shelter, care, grooming and, medical attention to the foster dog at all times (this includes letting SADN know when there are issues needing addressed including asking for supplies and food when they need to be replaced).
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Foster this dog as a family pet, treat them humanely at all times and provide them with love, attention, exercise, basic training and socialization.
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Keep owned pets up to date with vaccinations. SADN is not liable for owned dogs who become sick due to lack of personal vaccinations. In certain situations, SADN will help cover vetting if we deem the situation to hold us liable.
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Make sure owned pets are fixed (unless medical note can be provided) At no point is it acceptable to house unfixed dogs together, regardless of gender.
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Not abandon, give, sell or transfer the foster dog to another family member, friend, foster, shelter or rescue without the written consent of SADN.
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Supervise the dog at all times, especially around children and other dogs. The foster home agrees to never leave the dog unattended in the presence of vulnerable persons or children. When proper supervision cannot be provided, the foster dog should be kenneled or secured, as necessary.
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Use training methods only approved by SADN. Do not use choke, shock or spike collars without written consent of SADN director. Please check with a SADN director of you are unsure of what is acceptable or not prior to making a decision.
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Inform SADN immediately about if the dog becomes missing, or if any destructive, aggressive or any other concerning behaviours are noticed, so that appropriate action can be taken before the foster forms bad habits or the you get to the point where you no longer want the foster dog.
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Keep in contact with SADN providing updates, and a bio about the foster dog for the purposes of matching the dog with appropriate adopting rescues. If you are able we would love good, quality pictures of your foster, as well.
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Notify SADN of any and all changes to your address, email address, phone number or other contact information ASAP.
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Provide fostering services without compensation. Any services or items incurred above what SADN provides, will be at the expense of the foster and will not be reimbursed. Tell us if you need supplies and we will do our best to help.
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Conduct yourself in a manner that does not discredit the reputation of SADN in the community or raise doubts about the integrity of SADN or its volunteers while you are a foster, or after you no longer are affiliated with SADN.
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All media contact requests must be sent to a SADN Director. At no point will a foster talk to any media, representing SADN, without consent of a SADN director, in writing prior.
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Keep confidential all information that SADN is involved in, including but not limited to, finance, personal info, dog and owner information, or any other sensitive information.
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Return any borrowed items from SADN including kennels, toys, leashes, leftover food etc at any point you step down or take a break as a foster from SADN.
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Any monies collected or received on behalf of SADN will be turned over in a timely manner.
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FOSTER HOME CONTRACT & GENERAL RELEASE
Declaration: I, the foster home applicant for Save A Dog Network, hereby acknowledge that I have read, understood and agree to the detailed list above and that I am contractually obligated to follow the directives contained within the contract.
Name of Applicant:
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Date:
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Name of SADN contact you spoke to (if applicable)
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