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Foster Spotlight

"GINGER SNAP"


My name is Ginger Snap but I am lovingly referred to as "Gin Gin" in my foster home.  I came from a puppy mill and am terribly scared of people, but in time I hope to be climbing the social ladder.  I need a quiet environment to reside in, and a lot of patience, time and love.

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Female Pure Bred Boston Terrier

Age: 4 years old

Weight: 25 pounds

Color: Red

House trained and knows how to use the doggy door

Loves lying beside her foster mom, other dogs and bones

Adoption Fee $350







Foster Spotlight

"BRUISER"


Male pure bred Boston Terrier

Age: 5 years old

Weight: 19 pounds

Color:  Brindle and white

Loves to play ball, and loves his humans

Housebroken and Crate trained

Prefers to be an only dog

Adoption Fee $350

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Many companies today will donate a matching dollar for every dollar you contribute to Boston Terrier Rescue of North Carolina. In fact, the majority of Fortune 500 companies support their employees giving back to their community – many even match volunteer hours with a monetary donation back to the organization. It's a great way to effectively double your charitable contributions. 

Check with your Human Resources Department to find out if your company does have a matching gift program. If it does, familiarize yourself with the guidelines for the program so that you may complete and submit any required paperwork.  If your company doesn't currently match funds, ask your company if they will start. You would be surprised how many companies add this program annually as an employee benefit program.


Foster a Boston for BTRNC this year!

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What does fostering a dog involve?
When you foster, you agree to take a homeless dog into your home and give him or her love, care and attention, either for a predetermined period of time or until the dog is adopted.

Why does BTRNC need foster homes?
We don’t have a physical shelter and depend on foster homes to care for our dogs until suitable homes are found.

Why should you foster a dog?
Fostering a dog is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have (other than adopting, of course)  By taking an animal in need temporarily into your home you're freeing up a spot so we can take in another dog, giving your foster dog the time he or she needs to be ready for adoption, helping us learn more about the dog so he can end up in the best home possible, socializing the dog to a home environment and possibly getting him used to being around other pets and different types of people.

What is the financial commitment?
BTRNC covers all of the medical expenses related to the care of your foster dog.

Interested? 

Fill out our Foster Application

OR

Email Betsysbostons@aol.com for more information

 http://www.btrnc.org/home/adoption_information


 

 

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