Pawfect Pals Animal Rescue

Foster Dog Profile

Your foster dog’s profile is usually the first impression adopters will get of their potential new family member, so it’s important to make it a good one! Think of it as a ‘dating profile’ for your pet. You want to show off their great personality and features to potential adopters.

Once your foster dog has been with you for about one week, you should submit a profile and photos/videos of them, so we can begin accepting applications via Pet Rescue. You can email your profile and photos/videos to admin@pawfectpals.com.au.

If you’re stuck for words, complete the form below and the admin team will put a profile together for your foster dog.

 


Loves Other DogsTolerates Other DogsNeeds Slow IntroductionsNot Dog-Friendly


Loves Children of All Ages and SizesNot Suited to Home With Small ChildrenNot Suited to Home With Any ChildrenUnsure


Yes - Behaves WellYes - Not SuitedYes - Needs Further TrainingNo - Unsure if OK


Yes - Behaves WellYes - Not SuitedYes - Needs Further TrainingNo - Unsure if OK


Very High - Crazy Nutso!High - Needs At Least a Walk a DayModerate - Happy to Chill But Likes a WalkLow - Couch PotatoVery Low - Practically Sluglike


Walks PerfectlyWalks OKNeeds Further TrainingUnsure


YesMostlyNeeds Further TrainingUnsure


SitDrop/Lie DownShake HandsMat/BedWaits For DinnerNo TrainingOther


Yes - Needs High FencesNo - Fine with Shorter FencesUnsure


Fine for 8-10 HoursFine for Upto 6 HoursFine for Short PeriodsUnable to be Left AloneUnsure