Sunburst Foundation of Wilmington
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PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip
Email Address:
Daytime Phone No.:
Evening Phone No.:

FOSTERING PREFERENCES:
    Dogs you might be willing and able to foster. Please check all your preferences.

    Preference:  Male  Female  Young  Mature  Senior

    Would you be willing and able to foster a special-needs dogs? (mark those that you can handle)

Pregnant or Nursing
Neonatal puppy or puppies (less than a month old)
Young puppy or puppies (2 to 4 months old)
Puppy (5 to 12 months old)
Injured or sick*
Elderly or medically challenged
Post-surgical (e.g. spay/neuter surgery)
Behavioral issues (fear aggression, nuisance barking, resource guarding, etc.)
 

HOUSEHOLD INFORMATION:

Do all household members agree to your fostering animals?
Would you be agreeable to having your residence visited by a volunteer prior to taking a foster dog into your home?
Do your work away from home?
If Yes, how many hours away?
How will you manage the foster dog while you are away?
Are you willing and able to bring the foster to a veterinary hospital or emergency clinic (evenings/holidays) should he or she become ill?
Are you willing to administer medications to a foster who requires them?
Do you have pets of your own?
If yes, please provide us with the following information about your own pets:  
Type (dog, cat, etc) Breed Size Sex Age Altered
           
If you have other animals, how will you manage the foster dog around them?
Consider other dogs versus smaller, vulnerable animals like cats, birds, etc.
Are your own pets current on their vaccinations and medications (e.g. heartworm)?
Do you have prior experience with the type of foster care you are willing to provide?
If Yes, please explain:




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There is nothing better than becoming a Foster home for homeless pets while they are awaiting their new forever home.  Some of the dogs we take in are in need of medical care, some much needed R & R, or just a safe harbor to come to until they are adopted.  One of the best feelings is knowing that you have become so acquainted with your foster pet that you are able to identify the best fit for this particular s pet s needs.  Forever homes are all about finding the right fit for the pet ...  when you ve done that, you ve succeeded.  It s really not as difficult as you may think.

If you are able to open up your home and your heart to the homeless, please complete our Foster Home Application.