If being a puppy raiser isn’t for you, but you love dogs and would still like a ‘puppy fix’ you might want to consider becoming a Foster Home Provider.
Foster home volunteers usually open their homes to dogs in training anywhere from one to six weeks, depending on the needs of the individual dog. It could be a dog from the shelter which needs help getting used to “home life” again; It could be a puppy already in the program whose family is going on vacation; or it could be a dog who needs socialization outside of our prison program!
The foster home’s evaluations are very important to training staff in determining how each dog is doing in the training process. No dog experience required.