Won’t I get attached to the dog?

You probably will get attached to the dog and in fact, you should. That’s the sign of good ownership. Fosters should take comfort knowing; however, that for each dog they foster and find a good home, that opens the door for another dog to be pulled from a bad circumstance and have the same done for them AND it has found a great long-term home for the original dog. So, yes, you’re going to get attached and that’s ok. Just remember, there’s nothing but upside to a foster dog finding a permanent home.

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