I do ask for a $500 retainer that will cover the cost of spay/neuter when this dog is retired.
If the animal becomes unable to breed d/t neglect by the Foster Parent, then a fee will be required from the Foster Parent to cover any certifications that were done up to that point.
A Foster parent must be willing to work with me to fulfill the contract. You must also be within an hours drive and be willing to bring the dog to me, or designated vet clinic, for certifications, breeding, whelping, etc.
(I am located just outside of Mount Forest, Ontario).
The Foster Family will be responsible for feeding and upkeep of regular veterinary care (shots, etc.) or any illness/accident that is not involved with the breeding aspect of the dog. The Foster Family will have to agree to use the food recommended by the breeder and not permit the animal to get over or underweight. The breeder will be responsible for any expenses involved in the breeding aspect (hip certifications,
How many litters will the dog have?
This depends on the age of the puppy or adult dog when she is fostered out. Usually a dog will have 4 litters before retiring, but, again, it depends on the age of the dog when it goes into a Foster Home.
Requirements of the Foster Family
I prefer that there be another dog in the family. This is not a requirement but a preference. Also, my preference is that someone is home for most of the day - a stay at home parent, a retired couple or someone who works out of their home would be ideal. My dogs are use to someone being around for the majority of the day. They love people and "lap up" attention.
you must have a PHYSICAL FENCE!! No exceptions.
Please send me an email or give me a call
if interested in becoming a Foster Parent.