BROOD Fostering Application

If you want to become a BROOD foster, please submit this form. Our Foster Director will contact you to discuss your application. Foster parents should have adequate medical, liability, and property insurance. BROOD does not accept foster applications with children 5 years old and younger.

Note that all foster parents MUST be members of BROOD. If you are not a member of BROOD, please go to our Membership Application first before applying to become a foster home.

If you have any questions, please contact our Foster Director BEFORE you submit your application.

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Home Phone
Work Phone
Cell Phone
Email
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Very quiet: only a few residents and not too many guests
Average: not too quiet, but not party animals
Very busy: lots of people coming and going
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Owned
Rented
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Yes, I do now
I have owned a basset hound in the past
Dominant
Submissive
Possessive
Friendly
N/A (don’t own a dog)
Active
High-energy
Laid-back
N/A (don’t own a dog)
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N/A (don’t own a cat)
Aloof, ignores dogs
Does not get along with dogs
Playful with dogs
Aggressive toward dogs
Unknown, my cat has not been exposed to a dog
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No
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No experience. I do not have a lot of experience, but am willing to attend training classes to learn more.
Limited experience. I have experience training my own dog(s) to be housebroken and with basic commands, but have not attended obedience classes OR I have attended only a puppy socialization class.
Experienced. I have housetrained multiple dogs and attended obedience classes, and feel comfortable with housetraining and provideing basic manners training for a new dog.
Advanced experience. In addition to the above, I have successfully worked with a dog with a serious or chronic behavior problem such as separation anxiety, chronic barking, fearfulness or aggression.
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Yard (fenced) exercise
Short walks
Vigorous walks
Hiking/jogging
Dog park
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Foster Home Responsibilities: Please review the following responsibilities of BROOD foster homes.
Sign a yearly Foster Agreement
Maintain yearly membership with BROOD
Submit regular foster reports, photos and videos of your foster
Take your foster for routine and emergency veterinary care if needed.( BROOD will reimburse any pre-approved veterinary care required for your foster.)
House train or crate train your foster dog if needed
Notify the BROOD Foster Director of any behavioral or health problems
Provide food and shelter for your foster
Meet with prospective adopters and provide input regarding the suitability of prospective adopters
Assist with adoption paperwork for the dog to a qualified adopter
Relinquish the foster dog to the approved adopter

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