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Is it better to adopt a fostered animal instead of one left in a shelter - and if so, why?


 

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    Sondra (Ardie) 4 years ago

    Great answer Larry :) So you're saying a pet who is fostered will have more behavior and background info because it has lived with a family. That makes sense to me!!

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    Sondra (Ardie) 4 years ago

    Excellent info Nickibre. I get the idea all dogs are created equal - in terms of being foster dogs or shelter dogs. Thank you so much for answering this question. I will be sure to do way more research before I choose ANY dog.


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    Sondra (Ardie) 4 years ago

    Hi Joyce :) I am thinking about getting another dog. I love the one I got from the shelter several years back - but he was only a pup then. He didnt have any bad habits to unlearn. Im leaning towards a foster this time so I can get an older dog

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