"Doesn't cost you a dime, Just your love and some time."
Steps to Becoming a Foster
Ho-Bo Care is always in need of foster homes! These dogs simply need a place to "crash" while forever homes are found for them. Fostering can be anywhere from a few days to a few months.
Foster homes go through the same interview and review
process as potential adopters:
Read the information below
Fill out an application
A volunteer will contact you to set up a home visit
and discuss the fostering process
Aside from daily care (feeding, grooming, exercise), the typical
responsibilities of a foster home include:
Helping the dog brush up on basic training skills
Help correct problems such as jumping, chewing, etc.
Providing playtime and attention
Fostering a dog may seem like a daunting task, but it is a great
way to assist a rescue group. The boxer doesn't have to be
kenneled while waiting for their forever home, which saves
Ho-Bo Care a huge expense, and the new owners get a dog who
is better adapted to home life, and therefore has a better chance
of remaining in the new home permanently.
Fostering is a way to help a boxer who really needs a helping hand. It can be stressful; it requires dedication, hard work, serious time commitments and most of all understanding that everything won't always be smooth sailing, but that you are making a difference in a dog's chance at a better life!
You must live in Colorado and be able to drive to Denver as needed.
All pets that live in the home must be spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccinations.
All other pets in your home must be indoor pets.
You must agree to keep Ho-Bo Care updated with your foster dogs progress with notes and pictures to help them get adopted