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If "Other" marked list types of pets here

Small ( under 20 lbs )Medium ( under 45lbs )Large ( under 65lbs )X-Large ( greater than 66lbs )

Family Details

Check all that apply to your family:
This information will help Pet Parents determine if you can help their Pet in Need based on your household environment.

Prior experience with fostering/boarding petsMilitary familyHousehold has children (ages 5-15)Household has small children (ages under 5)Active family

Household description

Stand Alone HouseBase HousingApartment/Condo/TownhouseFarm or Ranch HomeHome ownerPet friendly rentalFenced yardYard, no fenceSmoke free household

Let the Pet Parent know your hard work concerning prior experiences.
Experienced with dogsExperienced with catsExperienced with small birdsExperienced with small mammalsExperienced with large mammalsUses positive reinforcement training methodsUses clicker-trainingWilling to take a dog aggressive dogWilling to take a food aggressive dogWilling to work with minor behavioral problemsWilling to work with special needs petsFrequents dog parks

Altered Dog(s) - FemaleAltered Dog(s) - MaleUnaltered dog(s) - FemaleUnaltered dog(s) - MaleAltered cat(s) - FemaleAltered cat(s) - MaleUnaltered cat(s) - FemaleUnaltered cat(s) - MaleHousehold has birdsHousehold has small mammals (rabbits, ferrets, hamsters etc)Household has large mammals (horse, cow, goat etc)Dogs in home are dog friendlyDogs in home are cat friendlyNone

Highlight any pets that the new Pet in Need could become friends with:

These restrictions may not necessarily be deal breakers for Pet Parents, but should be discussed fully prior to boarding begins, to prevent unexpected problems with a boarding arrangement.

Breed restrictionsNo unaltered petsNo dog-aggressive dogsNo cat-aggressive dogs

Please give a personal message to pet owners about why they should consider your home for boarding.