P4P agrees to:
Provide necessary veterinary care for fostered animal.
Either party may terminate this agreement with notice. P4P is an all-foster based rescue organization, we will be responsible for placing, within 7 days, any fosters you deem you can no longer keep. A foster is defined as any animal that P4P has placed with you. Any animals that you bring into the program (strays you find, shelter pulls you opt to do, etc.) will become your own responsibility if you default as a foster. P4P agrees to list the animals, provide adoption venues (when applicable), and pay vet bills (as long as by an approved vet for expenses approved by P4P).
Q: if I pay for medical items how do I get reimbursed?
A: You must provide a copy of itemized receipt to your foster's Intake Coordinator and we will reimburse you for the cost of APPROVED medical cost within one day.
Q: Why do all these dogs go to Minnesota?
A: Briana lived in Minnesota until she was 26, and was involved with multiple non-profit animal organizations while living there. After moving to Texas for work, she began to really get involved with Texas shelters. It was then that she discovered the dire need for animals in Texas and worked hard to develop a plan for placement so that these really GREAT DOGS & CATS who are marked for euthanasia can be saved. The deplorable shelter conditions in Texas are not seen in Minnesota where strays and overbreeding has been non-issue. Many believe this has to do with stronger laws for spay and neuter in the Northern states, also demographics/culture in general, and additionally the harsh winter weather. As a group, we do try to get as many pets out of Texas as there are homes for them in Minnesota. There are other rescue coordinators that are helping the same way as P4P does for Texas dogs to move large quantities to Washington and Massachusetts by the bus-loads, as well.
Q: What should I expect on the day I say goodbye to my foster pet?
A: Typically, 2-3 days prior to transport departure, Briana will send a reminder to all Fosterer’s to update the departure information. Here is the typical time and meeting place for all departures. Around noon in Keller, Texas. The exact time is always updated 2-3 days prior to departure. Fosterers who cannot meet transport due to work, will notify P4P so we can arrange a volunteer to step up for this. Every dog needs to have paperwork with a current Rabies vaccine and Distemper/Parvo vaccine as well as a leash.
Q: What happens if my foster pet gets to Minnesota and doesn’t get adopted?
A: All dogs will be fostered in Minnesota through their respective rescue organization UNTIL they are adopted. It doesn’t matter if this takes 5 years, or 1 week, that is what rescue does. No animals are euthanized if they aren’t adopted quickly enough. All animals will have a background check done, a home-visit, and a basic adoption application to get to know the adopter - rest assured, these animals WILL find homes.
Q: Where exactly is my foster animal going when
he/she arrives to Minnesota?
A: Currently, P4P’s rescue network reaches NINE different nonprofit organizations in Minnesota and one in Wisconsin who have the same passion for saving lives. The rescues will receive their respective pet straight off of transport where they will be seen by a veterinary team to examine their overall health. They will be treated for heartworm disease, spayed/ neutered, booster vaccines, microchipped, and fecal exams. They will eventually be trained for any behavioral issues they may have (timid/fearful, food aggression, toy-possessive). These are all non-profit 501c3 rescue organzations working to save dogs on little to no donations.
Second Chance Animal Rescue of MN, Lacy’s Legacy, MN Pit Bull Rescue, Twin Cities Pet Rescue, Saving Shepherds of MN, MN Boxer Rescue, Unchained K9’s, Pooches United with People, and Secondhand Hounds Animal Rescue
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