Wanted in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area to help raise and train dogs for fellow disabled veterans.
If you are interested in volunteering as a foster dog trainer for a few months up to a year for Pets Loyal 2 Vets, we would like to hear from you.
You must understand the responsibilities of being a foster trainer and the time it will take to help train these dogs for veterans. We are looking to develop a regular base of foster homes we can trust and help raise a variety of dogs for fellow veterans with traumatic brain injuries and PTSD. We currently have 6 and need 14 more foster homes so please give this serious consideration.
We only accept adult dogs from accredited breeders, rescue organizations and animal humane shelters and do not take any animals via verbal commitments. Dogs with a predisposition to health, anger, fear, overly protective or shy will not be considered making your job as the foster trainer that much easier.
You must be able to provide a safe, calm, clean stable home environment with no other dogs present, fenced yard preferred, non-abusive family members and be able to follow a 15 minute daily training regiment to ready the dog for more formal training. All dogs fostered will have all their shots and paperwork and will be micro chipped and spayed or neutered.
Forming a partnership with Pets Loyal 2 Vets will help ensure the life of a Minnesota veteran is not forgotten or taken for granted or used by for profit kennel operators to promote their for profit enterprises and also helps save the life of a homeless dog,
Pets Loyal 2 Vets was created by, and built by veterans for veterans, has no paid staff and all donations go directly to benefit disabled veterans enrolled in our programs. All of our services and dogs are completely free of charge to our veterans. If you are a veteran who has applied for a dog and wants to raise train along side with your new companion, that is even better. No greater love comes from that of a fellow veteran supporting another veteran by helping to raise and train a dog for fellow vets.
Foster trainers must be at least 24 years of age, have a stable home environment, be able to train once a week in class with other fosters and 15 minutes a day at home. Experience preferred but we do not want a foster trainer to have more than one dog in their home. Home inspections are required as well.
Help another veteran by applying as a foster dog trainer for our wounded brothers and sisters and know that your paying it forward will help save two lives at once. To apply. go to http://petsloyal2vets.org/foster-application/
Although we seek veterans, if you are not a veteran and want to help foster train a dog for a veteran, please consider this opportunity. It will bring many months of joy to your family knowing your efforts are helping support our troops.
- Veteran Care
- Animal Therapy
- Animal Care / Handling
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 25
- Orientation or Training