Spring is definitely in the air and with the rising temperatures, some people may start thinking about getting a dog. 

Whilst not everyone may be able to take one on full-time, why not think about FOSTERING? 

PAPS is always looking for good, temporary homes for dogs that may be elderly, not faring well in a shelter, very young puppies, or those recovering from operations. 

We would cover the costs of any medical care and/or medicines, the foster carer would cover the cost of food (unless the dog is on a prescription diet), lots of treats, and a bucket-load of love … with even more given in return, but that’s all free! 

Prospective foster-homes would have to be home-checked, dog/s would have to be available for viewings (although they get first chance to adopt in case they change their mind about adopting), they must stay in contact with us at least once a week, and provide regular photos. 

Mango
Mango
Luna
Luna

So really, for people who don’t think they want the long-term responsibility of a dog, perhaps this arrangement might be the ideal alternative? 

We have a bonded, loved-up couple, Mango and Luna, both of whom are very gentle and sweet-natured. Mango had been abandoned for a long time and was very nervous at first, but he was “adopted” by Luna who looks after him, since when he’s become more confident. 

Tormenta
Tormenta
Pipi
Pipi

We also have too many elderly dogs like Tormenta, Pipi and Canela, that just don’t understand what’s happened to them when they find themselves in a noisy shelter, who we’d love to see in cosy beds and calm, loving homes, albeit temporary. 

Canela
Canela

Why not give it a try, and give a loving temporary sanctuary to a dog that really needs your help? For further information about fostering, adoption or any other matter, e-mail: animalesperrosdelsol@hotmail.com

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