|Foster Homes Needed
|Have you been hearing a lot about all the homeless, neglected and abused
animals and wondering how you can help. Maybe you feel you are too far
away from it all to help or just don't know where to start. Maybe you are
wondering if a second dog will fit into your home and worry about the
breed and what it's all about. Sometimes you can read and read and it just
doesn't hit home until you have one. Well, we at A&B need you to open
your heart and home to those English Setters in need. We will help and
support you every step of the way. We even deliver them to you! All you
provide is food, a warm home, and lots of kisses. Imagine being part of
the amazing turn-around for this animal.
|English setters are a wonderful breed of dog. They are loving and eager
to please. They also love to run and scout for wildlife. Watching a setter
on point is a beautiful sight, it may be a butterfly they are watching, but
to them it is serious business. They are very entertaining and keep most
of us laughing. When they are sufficiently excersized outside, they are
happy to be couch potatoes indoors. We love to share our stories with
each other on our mailing list and feel we know all our dogs personally.
We laugh and cry together, we applaud the successes and encourage the
problem areas with advice from our many experienced foster homes.
|One of the most important aspects of rescue is having enough foster
homes to meet the incredible amount of homeless dogs. As a foster home
you will help in finding the perfect home by knowing this dog and what it
can or cannot do, whether it is good with other pets or needs to be an
only pet. You will have the wonderful experience of bringing into your
home an animal that has never known love or had meals it can depend on.
Watching this scared animal play, love, trust, and blossom into the dog it
was destined to be will be one of the most rewarding things in your life.
Animals are forgiving and resilient. And, who knows, you just may fall in
love along the way! Look into fostering one of these wonderful dogs
because yes, you can make a difference.