First and foremost, they provide a more appropriate environment for learning and growth than a place like a shelter or kennel. In a foster home, a dog is exposed to all of the same experiences they would likely get in a real home and have a chance to properly learn, socialize and interact with people and sometimes other animals as well as situations and their environment. Unfortunately, these opportunities are few and far between in shelters and kennels where, due to the large number of animals and lacking resources, these activities are not readily available. In short, foster homes better prepare dogs for their real home and in turn, make for a smoother transition when that time comes.
9:00 am Annual Adoption Event @ Tractor Supply Tomball
Annual Adoption Event @ Tractor Supply Tomball
Aug 25 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Come join us for at Tractor Supply Tomball’s Annual Adoption Event! Read More...