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@marieelise0928 Absolutely! It's such a blessing to be able to just place a dog and not have to worry about the dog-dog interactions. And to have someone who can give 100% of their doggie attention to their foster. All fosters are AMAZING, but I really think people like you are extra special.
11 months ago on Confessions of a Serial Foster
@StubbyDog @marieelise0928 He has an adoption pending - he's on his trial period with the family right now :) The two best things (I couldn't pick just one) are - 1) they said they fell in love with him the second they saw the video (it really does matter!), and 2) they've agreed to let me come take video of him in his new home, so I can share that back with all the people who worked to save him and get him back to healthy. Thanks for asking!
@marieelise0928 I LOVE videos as well. I think you and I are on the same page - check out the video I did for my first foster ("Rosie the Red"). You'll see what I mean as soon as the video starts ;-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhGPJ5B9n0w
My other absolute favorite is this one - amazing what the power of love (and foster) can do!!!... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfTSE1I-WXk
@Kirstyn Thanks Kirstyn! Appreciate the feedback.
@marieelise0928 Really lovely video. Our "dog-less" (or even better, "pet-less") fosters are amazing - some of the best we have in our program. Thank you for all you do! I too would love to hear more about your experience, so I hope you'll connect with StubbyDog on a story!
Wow, what a great story! I'm amazed that you've taken in 27 foster dogs in a year - I would love to hear more about how you promote your dogs for adoption. Often we have dogs that stay in foster 3, 6 or even 9 months, so even our most dedicated foster families may only have 3 or 4 dogs in a year. We are always looking for ideas on how to shorten the time to adoption!