Foster Application Form - Korean K9 Rescue
FOSTER APPLICATION: PLEASE BRING A PRINTED VERSION WITH YOU TO THE ADOPTION EVENT. If you do not we will ask you to complete another one. A copy will be emailed to you after you press submit. It would make the process easier for you and we could put a face to the name! Also, please understand we bring over a small number of pups at a time and the demand is very high so there will be many applicants for any one dog. Thank you for understanding.
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Name & Age
Please note that we do not foster to people under the age of 24. Thank you for understanding.
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Address
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Phone Number
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Please provide the name, telephone number, email address and best time to reach (2) non-family individuals who can serve as references:
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Please list your veterinarian’s name and phone number for all current and past pets. **PLEASE NOTIFY** your vet’s office that they will be called for a reference check and authorize them to release information about your pets.
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Please list all adults and children in the household and their ages.* Your and your spouse’s occupation. Have you ever been arrested? If so please explain.
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Why are you interested in fostering a pet at this time?
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Have you owned a pet in the last five years? If yes, is the pet still residing with you? If not, please explain why.
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If you have not owned or fostered this breed before, please explain how you learned about this breed.
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Have you currently or in the past applied with any other rescue organizations?* If so, which? Was your application approved?
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Do you currently or have you ever bred a pet? If yes, under what circumstances?
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The dog you are applying for may already have an application on him/her. Is there another dog you might be interested in as well?
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What traits are you looking for?
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Have you ever given an animal away or surrendered one to a shelter? If yes, please explain.*What, if anything, would cause you to give up your rescue dog now or in the future?
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In what type of home do you live in? Own or rent? If rent, please enter your landlord’s name and phone number. We need written approval from the landlord.
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Do you frequently have visitors? Young children?* How would you describe the activity level in your home?
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Does anyone in your home have pet related allergies?
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Are there stairs in your residence? If so, about how many? Willing to gate off?
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Do you have a pool? If yes, is it completely fenced so that your pets may not get into it without supervision?
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Is your yard completely fenced?* Height, material?* Can the gate be opened freely from outside?
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If you do not have a fence, how will you exercise your dog? How often will you exercise your dog?
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Would there ever be an occasion when your dog would be allowed to run/walk off leash? If yes, please explain.
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Are all animals living in your home spayed and/or neutered? If no, please explain.
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Are all the animals living in your come currently vaccinated? (Rabies & DHPP). If not, please explain.
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Do you use Heartworm Preventative? Flea and tick control? Types? If no pet now, will you?
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Do you have a care plan in place for your rescue dog in case of an emergency and you are no longer able to care for him/her?
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What do you know about the characteristics of this breed?
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Are you aware that there is a period of adjustment for each rescue dog, to its new surroundings which may include potty accidents, chewing and digging or other undesirable behaviors?
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If your rescue or foster dog makes a mistake, please describe how you will correct him or her.
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How much time will the dog spend alone during the day?* Where will the dog be kept when you are not home?* When at home?
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Where will the dog sleep?* Will you be keeping your rescue or foster dog in a crate and if so, how often?
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What do you plan on feeding your rescue or foster dog? Do you feed once a day, twice a day or free feed?
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Please write any additional comments that will assist us in our consideration of placing a rescue dog with you.
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