What is a Breeding Foster Home
A breeding foster home is a temporary home for a breeding dog that is owned by a breeding program. The breeding foster home is responsible for providing a safe and loving environment for the dog, as well as ensuring that the dog is healthy and well-cared for.
The purpose of a breeding foster home is to provide the breeding dog with a more comfortable and home-like environment than a kennel or breeding facility. This can help to reduce the stress and anxiety that can be associated with breeding dogs living in a kennel or breeding facility.
Breeding foster homes are typically responsible for feeding and grooming the dog, as well as providing exercise and socialization. They may also be responsible for providing medical care for the dog, such as taking the dog to the vet for regular check-ups and vaccinations.
Breeding foster homes are an important part of many breeding programs, as they help to ensure that the breeding dogs are healthy and well-adjusted. They also allow the breeding program to maintain a larger number of breeding dogs, as the dogs can be rotated in and out of the breeding foster homes as needed.
Many times the breeding foster home ends owning the dog completely after her breeding time has ended, Southernwindk9 will arrange for amount of breedings and whelpings according to each specific home and family situations. This is considered a way to aquire a Top quality dog at no upfront cost, the dogs registration papers stay inder Southernwind custody until the retirement of such a Dog which is usually 3 to 4 full term litters at the end of her breeding time.
We also offer retired breeding girls to new homes at no cost, just the cost of their Spay or neuter if its a male.
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