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Reign

a picture of Reign a dog that needs a foster home.

Location: Fort Worth, TX

Age: 1 years, 3 months

Posted on: 1/11/2024

Posted by: Individual

Reign urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

i’m ISO someone who could possibly keep our one year old husky for a couple months while we sort out our living situation. the house we are living in is currently being sold, and we were recently scammed out of a lot of money.. so we’re having to move in with family members to try to catch up. unfortunately, we cannot bring her here as they already have dogs and they do not get along with others.
she’s a little over a year old and for the most part we’ve kept her indoors, but she definitely has no problem being kept outdoors either. she’s very rambunctious and playful, as most huskies are, but she gets along well with other people and dogs. i would only recommend not having her around kids if they get scared easily, or don’t know much about dogs, being that she is a bigger breed and sometimes doesn’t know her own strength.
we would be willing to pay for food costs and things of that sort and of course would love to still be able to see her when we could. i do not see this period being longer than 3 months, but if so we would of course reevaluate then and wouldn’t expect anyone to keep her any longer than what is initially agreed. we would prefer to have some sort of contract or written agreement upon fostering.

How long is fostering needed for?

A few months

Other notes

i’m ISO someone who could possibly keep our one year old husky for a couple months while we sort out our living situation. the house we are living in is currently being sold, and we were recently scammed out of a lot of money.. so we’re having to move in with family members to try to catch up. unfortunately, we cannot bring her here as they already have dogs and they do not get along with others.
she’s a little over a year old and for the most part we’ve kept her indoors, but she definitely has no problem being kept outdoors either. she’s very rambunctious and playful, as most huskies are, but she gets along well with other people and dogs. i would only recommend not having her around kids if they get scared easily, or don’t know much about dogs, being that she is a bigger breed and sometimes doesn’t know her own strength.
we would be willing to pay for food costs and things of that sort and of course would love to still be able to see her when we could. i do not see this period being longer than 3 months, but if so we would of course reevaluate then and wouldn’t expect anyone to keep her any longer than what is initially agreed. we would prefer to have some sort of contract or written agreement upon fostering.

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