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Address Line 2 (Apt, Unit, etc) (optional)
Have you fostered for another rescue?
If yes, please provide name and contact information.
Are you currently fostering a dog in your home?
We require a vet reference. We do not send dogs to homes whose pets are not current on vaccines. We do accept applicants who use and can provide records of titer testing, or special circumstance.
Adults in household: (this is anyone over 18 that the dog(s) would encounter on a daily basis)
Have you discussed that you are applying for adopting with Legends Rescue with everyone in your home?
Children in household and ages (include any children ‘on the way’)
(this is anyone under 18 who would be living full or part time with the dog)
Do the children in the household have experience around dogs?
What kind of home do you have?
Do you rent or own your home?
Do you have written permission on your lease or from your landlord that you are allowed to have pets in your rental?
If renting, please enter your landlord's email address. Please be aware that we may contact your landlord to confirm you are allowed to have a pet in your rental.
How long have you lived there?
Do you have plans to move soon?
Is there a fenced yard? How high is the fence and what is it made of? Do you have an electric fence? Invisible fence? If there is no yard, or no fence, is there a dog park nearby?
Do you have other pets in your household?
How long you have had them, breeds, ages, personalities, are they spayed/neutered?
How long would your foster dog be left alone on a typical day?
Are you comfortable using a crate for your foster dog?
Where will your foster dog be kept while you are away?
Where will your foster dog sleep?
Who will be the primary caretaker of your foster dog?
What would happen to your foster dog if you were to move?
Why are you interested in fostering this dog(s)?
What energy level/temperament are you looking for in a foster companion?
What training needs are you willing to work on with a foster dog?
All dogs - even adult dogs - can have accidents, especially in a new place. They need close supervision and help with potty training during the transition to their new foster home. I understandI have questions
How did you hear about Legends Rescue? (optional)
Is there anything else you'd like to tell us about yourself or your family and why you’d be the best place to foster this dog? (optional)
Do you have questions for us? (optional)
Of course our goal is for our dogs to find their fur-ever home and the great life that each one of them deserves, and foster homes are no excpetion. If your foster dog(s) are not a good fit, or you are no longer able to care for the dog(s), ownership would return to Legends Rescue.