Playing with your Foster Dog

January 2017

Audience: Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers

Video Length: 4 minutes

What is more fun than playing with your foster dog? It is a great way to bond and get to know your foster dog. During this short video you will not only learn several fun ways to play with your dog but also how to make sure the play is safe for both you and your foster dog.

About Rebound Hounds

Rebound Hounds is a dog rescue organization, based in Astoria, New York, which believes that there is a great home for every dog. They are committed to bringing dogs and guardians together, who are right for each other, by working tirelessly with the entire animal welfare community in New York City and throughout the Northeast. If you would like to learn more about Rebound Hounds please visit their webpage here.

 

 

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