Fostering rescue dogs are both fulfilling and fun. Some people who foster rescue dogs even end up foster failing, which means that they end up adopting the dogs for good. The great thing about fostering rescue dogs is that you take them out of the animal shelter environment, where they’re kept in kennels, which can be physically, mentally, and emotionally unhealthy for dogs.
Dogs who are fostered into a loving home have less anxiety, which means that they get ready for adoption a lot faster. The dogs also get used to the home environment, which makes the transition to a forever home a lot easier. Although fostering means more responsibility for the person taking in the dogs, it’s also very fulfilling once they get adopted.
Jordann Monson and her husband are both dog lovers who already have a house full of dogs. They own one Great Dane, two Greyhounds, and a small rescue mutt. They don’t have a lot of space in their house, but they still make an effort to foster dogs.
Jordann and her husband knew that it was going to be crowded in their house, but they still agreed to take two adorable Great Danes to foster. The first Great Dane to come to their home is named Birdie. Jordann knew that Birdie had a best friend at the rescue shelter who’s also a Great Dane named Dixie. The two dogs have bonded at the shelter and have since become inseparable.
When Jordann’s husband took Dixie home, Birdie immediately recognized her best friend. As soon as Dixie went through the door, Birdie was already waiting. As soon as they recognized each other, the two dogs didn’t waste any time to catch up and play. The two dogs were so excited to be reunited and it’s such a cute thing to watch.
The two foster dogs would often spend a lot of time with Jordann whenever she’s home, and the two dogs really don’t care about how heavy they are. They would always want to sit on Jordann’s lap for a cuddle. And, because everyone’s stuck at home because of the coronavirus crisis, life is a lot more fun having more dogs in the house. Here’s a heartwarming story about Jordann’s household and how her two foster Great Danes make life a lot more interesting.
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