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Small & Medium Mixed Breeds
Would you consider being a fosterhome for a Bichon Frise?
Heart Bandits of Greater Los Angeles rescues many dogs a year from shelters, homeless owners, the streets, and other desperately sad situations. Each dog needs time in a foster home before they can be adopted to a loving family and a foreverhome.
As a foster, depending on a dog's needs you might just provide love, food and shelter, or in special cases, be the one to watch over a sick dog's recovery or give basic training to a puppy. It all depends on what kind of dog you would like to help. You can also decide what time-frame to devote to a needy dog: Temp-fostering involves periods of 1-4 weeks when a dog is going to be transferred elsewhere after a short period in your home. Typical fostering is a longer commitment to care for a dog throughout the process of locating a foreverhome; sometimes this only takes a week or two but in other cases can take months. While you foster we will engage with you regarding the process of matching the dog to a new owner; the search will be done via internet networking, public adoption events, email campaigns, individual meet-and-greets, and more.
You can save a life and change a life!
If you have questions or would like to learn more, please email our Chapter Director LoriPasch@yahoo.com . She will send you a list of current dogs that need fostering (so that you can look for an appropriate match for your home) and provide a FosterHome Application.
*Pictured: These photos are of dogs we previously rescued and found homes for. The dogs pictured are in their forever-homes and are not available for fostering or adoption. Please contact us for information about our current available dogs.
To arrange a one-on-one meeting
with this HEART BANDITS dog:
1. Visit http://heartbandits.com/forms/textadoptap.html
Copy/paste the text into your email program, type in your answers,
then email it to LoriPasch@yahoo.com
(be sure to include the dog's name in the questionnaire)
2. After you have emailed the questionnaire to LoriPasch@yahoo.com ,
call Lori at 213-200-5158 for your phone interview
and schedule your doggie appointment.