Resources for You & Your Rescued Pet!
Tips to help keep your pets from stealing food, destroying decorations and biting guests
Tips for "spamming your ham" to interest friends, family and social buddies in fostering
Not tips, just ways to look cute, be comfy and sport your foster-awesomeness
Relevant and relatable tips that offer opportunities to help train your foster pet using tools and routines that can “go with them” into their adoptive homes and be used by their adoptive families to make the adjustment less stressful.
Since veterinarians and behaviorists recommend mental enrichment for anxious and bored dogs, when your pup licks our Dog Lick Bowl, it doesn’t just offer anxiety relief, it's also fun for them and great for incorporating into alone time training!
Practice makes perfect, right? Well, it can at least make dangerous situations a little more safe - and one of the best ways to prevent lost pets is by practicing recall using "mock off-leash" training. Long lines are a great option!
Potty training is important for you while your foster stays with you, but using potty bells can make it easy for your dogs in new homes to adjust quickly by recognizing their potty cue tool.