Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati

  Foster Application

  Instructions: Please fill-out all questions, if they do not apply to you put "N/A".
   
Your Information  
   
Applicant's Name:
Address:
City, State:
Zip:
Home Phone:
Call at work?  Yes No
Work Phone:
Mobile Phone:
Email Address:
Occupation:
Do you work outside the home?  Yes No
Hours away from home?
Applicant's Age:
   
Your Family  
   
Married or Significant Other  Yes No
Spouse or Other agree to Adoption  Yes No
Children?  Yes No
How many Children?
Ages of Children?
Children Visit?  Yes No
Plan to have Children?  Yes No
Others living in Household?  Yes No
  If "Yes" Age, Relationship, etc.
 
   
Your Home  
   
Dwelling Status:   
Type of Home?
Landlord Permission for pets?  Yes No
  Landlord Name and Phone Number?
 
   
Is there a Fence Yard?  Yes No
  Type of Fence?
 
  Fence height?
 
   
Have a Pool?  Yes No
Pool Fenced?  Yes No
   
Pet Care  
   
  Will the dog be kept on leash if not in fenced area?
   Yes No
   
  If no, explain how often dog would be off leash.
 
   
  How do you handle retraining?
 
   
  Hours dog will be home alone?
 
   
  Where is the dog when you are not home?
 
   
  Where is the dog when you are home?
 
  Allowed on furniture?
   Yes No
   
  Hours spent with your dog?
 
   
  Vet Reference? (Please include Vet Name, Clinic Name, Phone Number, Pet Name)
 
   
  If you do not currently have, or have never had a vet, please provide THREE (3) References
NOT RELATED TO YOU: (Include Name, Phone, Relationship)
 
   
  Adequate Funds for Medical Expenses?
   Yes No
   
  How will you handle chronic illness?
 
   
  Other pets owned, and are they altered?
 
  Are your pet's current on all vaccinations?
   Yes No
  Are your pets on Heartworm Preventative?
   Yes No
  Are your pets on Flea Treatment?
   Yes No
  Have you ever given away, sold, surrendered, euthanized or "gotten rid" of a pet?
   Yes No
  If Yes, Explain:
 
   
  Arrangements for pets when out of town?
 
   
  Why you are interested in a Rescue Dog?
 
   
  Additional comments you would like to make to help us better evaluate your application for adoption?
 
   
  PLEASE READ

SRC Foster Contract

A contract between the owners of the dog, Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati, known herein as "Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati" or "SRC" and the caretakers of the dog, known herein as "foster home" or "foster family".

The foster family fully understands that they are to act as a foster home for one or more of SRC's dogs while in the fosterer's care and in their home. The animal will remain the property of SRC. The animal will be surrendered to an officer of SRC immediately on request.

The animal will be fed, watered and exercised appropriately. No prong or shock collars are to be used at anytime. The foster home will not be compensated for expenses incurred in the normal daily care of the animal.

Expenditures incurred by the foster family other than emergency care and treatment require prior approval by the President or the Vice-President of SRC. The foster family will be held responsible for unapproved expenditures.

Veterinary care will be provided by SRC. This includes vaccinations, heartworm testing and preventative monthly flea/tick preventative, altering and any prescription medications necessary for the dog.

The animal is to be adopted to its permanent home only under the supervision of an officer of SRC and only to said approved families. Adoptive families are to be contacted by the foster family as a courtesy to inquire about the animal at 30, 60 and 90 day intervals, however, adoptive families are to be accorded the utmost respect and privacy.

All donations and adoption fees connected with the adoption of the animal will be sent directly to the designated SRC Treasurer.

Questions or problems are to be directed to officers of SRC. If there is a need to remove the animal from the foster home, the animal is to be given directly to a designated SRC officer.

The foster family accepts responsibility for any and all events that occur in connection with the fostering of a rescue animal. The foster family agrees to release and indemnify any and all officers and members of SRC from any and all claims, known and unknown, now or hereafter, arising in connection with the animal.

SRC requires that the foster family have a crate available should its use be necessary. SRC prefers foster homes to crate foster dogs when they are not home. The foster family will evaluate the animal and prepare an evaluation form. This form will be kept with the adoption package as information for the new owners.

A list of SRC's officers and other rescue contacts will be left with the foster family for reference.

I have read, understand, and agree to the above statements.  Yes No

   
 
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