FOSTERING COONHOUNDS AND BLOODHOUNDS



Why should I foster a Coonhound or a Bloodhound?

SEE WHY
FOSTERING A COONHOUND OR A BLOODHOUND
MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN ONE DOG'S LIFE
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Foster homes are desperately needed in all areas of the United States. In a lot of areas, having someone volunteer to provide a foster home for a Coonhound or a Bloodhound means that dog will not be euthanized at the shelter. Instead, it gets its second chance at a new life. How often do you get to say "I saved a life?"

The foster home is the dog's first step out of homelessness and towards a new family. Fostering a dog is extremely rewarding; words can't describe the feeling of watching a scared, thin dog thrive and become the beautiful companion that can be placed with a new family. The foster family also provides valuable insight into the dog's personality so that a good match can be made with a potential adopter.

AB&TC Rescue will cover the costs of any and all vetting required by the dog.

If you think you have room in your heart and home to help a coonie, please fill out an

and get the process going on giving a Coonhound or a Bloodhound a second chance.

Thank you for helping to save a rescue dog!




Page last updated on 12 May 2011