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Helping dogs in need.

Working with shelters, rescue groups, fosters, recently adopted dogs, at no charge when referred by the rescue or organization. There is more advice on fostering etc, on the articles page (fostering advice and tips)..



 Given time and the right information they will thrive. This means you keeping calm and getting on with your life as they watch an learn.



Working with shelters and their volunteers to prepare dogs for adoption, and helping dogs settle in afterwards.







  • If you have always wanted a dog, but have allergies consider these breeds..According to the American Kennel Club, hypoallergenic dog breeds include the:

Bedlington Terrier
Bichon Frise
Chinese Crested (hairless)
Irish Water Spaniel
Kerry Blue Terrier
Poodles (Toy, Miniature or Standard)
Portuguese Water Dog
Schnauzer (Miniature, Standard or Giant)
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
Viringo (Peruvian hairless)
Xoloitzcuintli (hairless).

  •  *Rescue groups, should do a home visit to the foster home & meet the family-prior to them fostering. Check the yard (if there is one) and talk about how the dog is to be cared for. Supporting the foster family with advice, equipment & vetting. Dogs need time in a foster home to relax from all the changes he or she has been through (shelter, vet, transportation). This also gives time for any illness to show up and be treated. Please make sure that the rescue you foster for, treats you (The foster well) and does right by the dog you are fostering. A home visit should always be done prior to adoption, foster to adopt works very well*

Helping amazing people who adopt dogs at no charge, when referred by the organization.

Please read, The Dog Listener by Jan Fennel. Go to your local library and borrow a copy.

Louise Pay Dog Listener Bay Area California. A Jan Fennell Dog Listener CA.  Amichien Bonding California. 

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"Mahatma Gandhi acutely observed that 'the greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.' To seek to reduce the suffering of those who are completely under one’s domination, and unable to fight back, is truly a mark of a civilized society."

Foster, Adopt and Save!