Trish and Steve are a foster dog family with Canadian Chihuahua Rescue and Transport, a dog rescue group also known as CCRT. They have committed their time and care to fostering dogs that come into this breed specific rescue from a variety of situations.
This video sheds light on what it is like to be a foster dog caregiver from Trish and Steve’s perspective. They talk about the challenges of fostering, integrating the new dogs into the resident pack, and how hard it is so say goodbye. But perhaps the most important thing that Trish and Steve share is the ultimate reward — that wonderful feeling of knowing you have helped a creature in need.
To help CCRT make more adoption Happy Tails, visit the website where you will find application forms to become a Volunteer Foster Family, to volunteer time to do any number of important assignments for the rescue, or simply to donate a sweater or blanket for the rescued dogs – every contribution is accepted most gratefully.
Join us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Visit Furever Network for more foster dog videos!
A chihuahua foster dog video produced by Judith Keenan, foster volunteer for Canadian Chihuahua Rescue and Transport and Media Producer at Furever Network, an online community of dog lovers supporting dog rescue.
We would love to foster a chihauhau. any dog over 5 years old.
one that is trained to pee out side.
CCRT is always looking for foster homes. To get started, complete an online volunteer foster home application and a Regional Coordinator will be in touch. Thanks for you interest in helping out our special dogs.