Foster Carers are our most important resource and we are currently looking for families, couples or individuals who would like to assist us by becoming involved in our foster care program.
- All our dogs are temperament tested, desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated prior to going into foster care
- NBAR will cover the cost of any medical treatment required to the foster animal whilst that animal is in care
- We are available 24/7 to assist you with any questions and to offer support should you require it
- We also have trainers and behaviourists available to assist us should the need arise
- NBAR endeavours to match each animal with a like-minded foster carer
Please note that a representative of NBAR must be notified immediately in the case of an accident.
Our Foster Carers require:
- A love of animals
- A genuine commitment to providing a safe and nurturing environment for their foster animal
- Secure and safe fencing
- A willingness to travel for vet visits or other appointments that may be necessary
- A willingness to provide basic training for their foster animal such as housetraining, walking on lead, socialisation
- PATIENCE. A lot of the animals we get have come from lives of neglect. They require love and patience to ensure they feel safe and part of a family unit. This is the most important aspect of the foster carer role
- All foster animals must be allowed to live as part of the family i.e. inside the home