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Pre-Adoption & Foster Application Form
Which dog are your applying for?
Date of Application:
Are you looking to Foster or Adopt?
Please be aware that the dog you may have applied for might not be available once your application has been assessed.
Would you be happy to consider another dog which might be suitable?
Full Name /s:
Full address including postcode:
Telephone numbers (must give both if possible)
Details of all other occupants of your home:
Relationship to adopter / fosterer:
Do you own your own home or rent?
If rented, we will need to see a Landlords letter on headed paper confirming their permission for you to keep the total number of dogs you are proposing to have.
Your normal hours of work:
Do you work from home?
What is the longest period of time that any adopted / fostered dog will be left alone on a regular basis?
What is the longest period of time that any adopted / fostered dog will be left alone occasionally?
Do you have children?
If yes, what are their ages?
Do you have children visiting your house / garden regularly?
If yes, are these children dog experienced / used to dogs / not afraid of dogs?
Will all interactions between young children and the adopted / fostered dog always be supervised?
Do you own any other dogs?
If so, what are their breeds, gender? State whether neutered and a general description of their character.
Do you own cats?
If yes, please give ages and indicate if they have lived with a dog before.
Do you own any other pets (e.g. house rabbits, caged rabbits, ferrets, rodents, birds, chickens etc.)?
Are any small animals safely secured in suitable housing?
Are your current dogs’ vaccinations up to date?
Are your current dogs insured?
We will require proof of either / both at homecheck.
Are you prepared to insure any adopted dog?
If no, what provision will you make for large unforeseen vet fees or any public liability issues?
Is your home a flat or a house?
How busy is the street on which the property is located?
Does the property open straight on to the street?
Does your home have a garden and if so, how big?
Is the garden totally secure and escape proof – no gaps in fences / hedges etc.?
Is the garden boundary fenced or is it hedged or a combination of the two?
How high are the fencing / hedges surrounding your property?
How high are any gates?
Are all gates secured? Can they be opened from outside the property?
Do you wish to adopt / foster a puppy, an adult or an older dog?
Do you have any previous experience of raising a puppy?
Would you consider adopting / fostering a dog with health issues?
Would you consider adopting / fostering two dogs needing a home together?
If your adopted / fostered dog developed behavioural issues, would you be willing to seek professional help?
Have you owned a dog before?
If yes, please give breeds and gender
Other than owning, what breeds have you any previous experience of?
Was/Were this dog /s adopted or purchased?
If adopted, from which rescue?
Have you ever been homechecked by another rescue?
If so, which rescue and what was the date?
Have you ever had to return a dog to rescue? If yes, please outline the circumstances
What arrangements will be made for the adopted / fostered dog if you have to go away / go on holiday / hospitalised?
Are you aware of the specific needs and character traits of the dog you are applying for?
Are you prepared to travel to meet / collect the dog /s you would like to adopt?
If so, how many miles are you prepared to travel?
Are you willing to work through problems such as housetraining, basic training, recall etc.?
There can be no guarantees that any dog will be 100% house trained when moved. These are rescue dogs, some of whom have never lived in a house before coming into our care and, although every effort is made to house train these dogs in their foster homes, this may not always be fully accomplished. You will be advised of our opinion only.
Are you willing to adopt / foster a dog that cannot be let off a lead?
We can give no guarantee that any Arundawn dog will have recall. It may transpire that you may not be able to let your adopted /fostered dog off lead and Arundawn seeks reassurance that this will not be a problem for you.
Are you willing to adopt / foster a dog who may need to be muzzled when other dogs are around?
Are you willing to take the dog to training classes, consult a behaviourist or work alongside Arundawn to rectify any settling in problems?
Please state in detail, what traits you ARE NOT prepared to accept ie. Jumping up, not fully housetrained etc.
Dog Preference if any – Male or Female
Dog Preference if any – Type/Size
Dog Preference if any – Age
Please give any other relevant information here:
Tell me why you would make the perfect home for the dog you are applying for?
All adopters must sign an Adoption Contract and agree the Terms and Conditions of Adoption.
All fosterers must sign the Fosterers Guidelines and Agreement
The Adopter must insure the dog/bitch within 7 days of adoption.
The dog/bitch will remain microchipped to ARUNDAWN DOG RESCUE for life.
Arundawn Dog Rescue asks for a minimum Adoption Donation of £195.00 This takes into consideration the fact that the dog has been vaccinated, wormed, flea treated microchipped, and neutered (if applicable). The dog will have had a full health check at the time of rehoming and all known existing health issues will have been treated. This donation can sometimes help us in our ever on-going rescue and homing of dogs in need.
All un-neutered dogs/bitches will be subject to the Adopter signing a Neutering Agreement.
All Adoption Donations are non-refundable and are a Donation and not a Purchase of said dog/bitch.
If you have any questions relating to this form or are unsure please do not hesitate to contact me on
07736 049390 or 01403 891687
Please send the completed form to
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org@btconnect.com home a flat or a house?
There can be no guarantees that any dog will be 100% house trained when moved. These are rescue dogs, some of whom have never lived in a house before coming into our care and, although every effort is made to house train these dogs in their foster homes, this may not always be fully accomplished. You will be advised of our opinion only