Senior and Hospice Foster Program

December 2016

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

If you are interested in learning more about how to save senior dogs in your community through a foster program, then learn from the best.  Muttville is a senior dog rescue based in San Francisco, California, that dedicates its resources to helping senior dogs find foster homes and new adoptive homes, as well as providing hospice care through fostering.   The following presentations will provide you with some insight into how they make their foster program such a success.

Introduction to the Muttville Foster Program

A large part of the Muttville rescue efforts include the senior dog foster program.  Bunny Rosenberg, the Volunteer & Foster Care Manager at Muttville, will discuss the history of how Muttville was started, how they run their senior dog foster program, and how they find homes for the senior dogs in their program in this short presentation.

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Secrets to Pet Foster Program success

What if your shelter or rescue group had a long list of people wanting to foster pets for you? What if you had a great system in place to recruit, train, reward and manage those foster homes? What if you had a whole army of people to help get those pets ready for adoption?

If you think those things are impossible, or just aren't sure how to make them happen, be sure to join us for our free webcast, Secrets to Pet Foster Program Success. Learn how to make your foster program successful with the wizards of fostering from the San Francisco-based Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, Sherri Franklin, Founder and Executive Director, Laurie Routhier, Director of Operations, and Marie Macaspac, Director of Marketing and Communication.

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