Arlington Animal Services Foster Program Quiz
***Please do not proceed with this quiz if you have not watched the AAS Foster Orientation in its entirety.
By completing this quiz, you are acknowledging that you have watched the AAS Foster Orientation and have read the Foster Guidebook. You also agree to follow the policies and procedures of our foster program and understand the expectations of care for the foster pets you will bring into your home.
Your Name as it appears on your volunteer application:
QUESTION 1: How will you know when a new animal is in need of a foster?
By volunteering at the shelter
A phone call will be made asking if you can foster
QUESTION 2: If you want to foster an animal in need, you must send an email to request to foster and include what information?
The animal(s) ID# of the pet(s) you wish to foster.
The date and time you will pick the animal up from the shelter.
What supplies you need for your foster pet.
All of the above
QUESTION 3: On the Trello color bar, an animal in RED means what?
A foster is needed, please send in your foster request.
A foster is pending, another volunteer has requested to foster this animal.
This animal has a medical need.
A foster is most needed for this animal.
QUESTION 4: What item will ALWAYS be provided by the shelter for your foster pet?
Food and water bowl
Dog or cat food
QUESTION 5: True/False- A foster dog must be kept on a leash when outdoors unless in your secured, fenced in yard.
QUESTION 6: True/False- I can feed my foster pet people food.
QUESTION 7: TRUE/FALSE- It is important to socialize and handle your foster animal as much as possible.
QUESTION 8: What are some important things to remember when fostering a shelter pet?
Positive potty training
NO off leash dog parks or pet stores
Foster parents cannot foster animals from another organization at the same time they are fostering for AAS
All of the above
QUESTION 9: TRUE/FALSE- If I take my foster pet to an outside veterinary clinic without the permission of the foster coordinator or the kennel supervisor, Arlington Animal Services will NOT be responsible for any costs incurred by the visit.
QUESTION 10: What happens when your foster pet is ready to be placed up for adoption?
The foster coordinator will schedule a tentative day for your foster pet to return and be placed up for adoption
I can bring the foster pet to the shelter for adoption at any time
I need to keep the foster coordinator updated if anything changes to include if I plan to foster fail my animal.
Both A and C
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