Please complete this application form if you are interested in becoming a OCONEE HUMANE SOCIETY foster for dogs and puppies. Once you complete the form, click the submit button at the bottom.
Please note that we do not often have puppies available. Please consider fostering one of our other wonderful dogs.
Please complete ALL fields in this section.
Are your pets all spayed or neutered?
Are all your pets up to date on vaccinations? All pets must be up to date on rabies vaccines. Please consult your vet for other recommended vaccines before you foster.
Please provide name of Veterinarian, Practice name and Phone number.
If you do rent, please provide name and phone number of your landlord. We need the landlord's permission to let you foster.
Please describe the area in which you will keep your fosters.
Please list all residents and provide the ages of your children.
Please describe your experience and for whom you fostered.
Which of these would you consider:
Nursing mother dog and litter
Puppies: 0-4 weeks of age
Older puppies: 4-10 weeks of age
Dog recovering from injury or surgery
Dog with medical need (cold, infection, etc.)
Senior dog in need
Dog needing behavior modification
Dog awaiting transport to rescue
Special needs dog (blind, deaf, etc.)
We will provide all medical care for our foster dogs and puppies. Would you also like for us to supply you with any of the following:
Food - wet & or dry
Formula or supplement for very young puppies
As a foster parent, you may have an animal in your care for a short period of time (as little as a week) or for an extended time period (in cases of pregnant mother dog and her puppies). This will generally be determined at the time you receive the animal(s) to be fostered. However, this amount of time is subject to change depending on circumstances. If you know that you will be on vacation during the period of time you are being asked to foster, you must inform your foster coordinator as soon as you are aware. This will allow us to find the most suitable temporary accomodations for your animal(s). Additionally, while you are caring for foster animals, we may call you from time to time to check on the animals' progress and address any concerns you may have. As a foster parent, we want you to know that, although it is in only rare cases, if may be necessary to euthanize animals that have been in foster care. This is an option of last resort. You agree to keep all foster dogs/puppies indoors at all times except for exercise or elimination.