Become a Foster HomeFostering doesn’t cost money. The Fort McMurray SPCA will provide veterinary care, food and medication – the only thing you need to give is love, time and attention.Learn moreAnimal Foster Care Program Application Step 1 of 9 11% The Animal Foster Care Program is one of the many life-saving arms of the FMSPCA. The primary reason for foster care is to provide a temporary home for a potentially adoptable animal whose current condition is not manageable in a shelter setting, or to relieve overcrowding in the shelter. Although previous fostering experience is not required, ideal foster care provider will have basic knowledge of animal care and training and be committed to finding their foster animal a safe and loving “forever home”. As a foster care provider, you will provide the animals with care including, food, water, shelter, training, grooming, and medical treatment when necessary. Fostering a shelter animal is a wonderful and rewarding experience but can also be time consuming and hard work. Please seriously consider all of the aspects of the foster care program before deciding to apply to foster.All first-time foster care providers with the FMSPCA must complete the following application.Please select* Dog Cat Either Other Personal InformationName First Last Have you previously completed, submitted, and been approved as a volunteer and signed the liability waiver?*YesNoDate Submitted:* Please attach a completed volunteer application form when you submit this form.Phone*Email* Current address* Street Address City, Province Postal Code How long have you been at this address?*Any other addresses you have lived at in the past 3 years: What type of animals are you interested in fostering? MedicalMama and babies*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisBabies only*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisInjured*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisSick (Kennel Cough, Skin Condition, Etc)*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisContagious (Parvovirus, Coccidian, Corona Virus)*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisBehavioralUnder socialized (lots of TLC needed)*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisFearful or timid*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisHas never lived inside a home*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisHas some type of destructive behavior*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisDog SpecificNeeds lots of basic obedience/manners*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisReactive dog*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisDog-dog aggression*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisDog-cat aggression*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisDog with food/toy aggression*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in thisCat SpecificCat-Cat aggression*NoPossiblyDefinitelyI have training in this More InfoSpecific Animal Only: (ID#)*Name*Have you fostered before?*YesNoFor which organization?If yes, what animals did you foster?*What was the outcome?* Do you have any of the following formal training?Do you have any of the following formal training?* Pet First Aid Vet Assistant Diploma Pet Sitting Certification Grooming Certification Veterinarian Certified Dog Trainer Veterinary Technologist Animal Science Degree Human First Aid Nursing Degree Other Medical Degree Other Health, Science & Hygiene Other Health, Science & Hygiene. Please specifyIf you have no formal training are you willing to:If you have no formal training are you willing to:* Attend people training classes Obtain on-line people training Pay for all people training classes Attend FMSPCA in house provided classes and/or workshops Attend dog obedience classes How did you hear about FMSPCA’s foster program?What length of time can you commit to fostering (weeks, months, etc): Your home:OwnRentIf you rent please provide a copy of your rental lease stating animals are allowed or written landlord approval.Please provide your landlord’s name and phone number:*Are you planning on moving in the next 2-3 months?*YesNoWill you allow a home visit to ensure that your home is appropriate for fostering?*YesNoDo you have a secure fenced yard?*YesNoHow high is the fence?How many hours are you home during the day?*How much time will you devote to your foster animal’s care and socialization each day?*Are you able to return to FMSPCA at least every 2-3 weeks for care and adoption paperwork?YesNoHow many adults in your home?*Name(s) of other adult(s) in the household*First NameLast Name How many children?*Their ages?*Is anyone in your home allergic to animals?*YesNoIf yes*CatsDogs Current PetsCurrent PetsName and informationSpayed/Neutered?Licensed? Tell about your pet's species / age, Indoor/Outdoor, How long in your care?Do your pets have their current vaccinations?*YesNoName of Vet Clinic*Are you willing to provide us with medical records?*YesNoPrevious PetsNameSpecies / AgeReason no longer with youSpayed/Neutered? Have you ever given up a pet?*YesNoIf yes, where did the animal end up?Have any of your resident animals ever had a litter (had babies) before?*YesNoHave you ever had multiple animals in your home before?*YesNoWhat energy level are you able to handle in a foster animal?* High energy (needs lots of exercise, running, etc) Medium energy (daily walks, moderate exercise) Low energy (senior or couch potato- yard time is sufficient) How do you plan on exercising your foster animal?Where will the foster animal be when you are home?Where will the foster animal be when you are not home?Do you have a safe place to keep your foster animal separate from resident animals for the short term and long term if needed?*YesNoIf yes, where?Can you provide proper confinement for cats, explain?* Are you comfortable/experienced with administering oral and/or topical medications?*YesNoAre you comfortable/experienced with administering injections?*YesNoHow long are you willing to allow your new foster pet to adjust to your home/new schedule?*What will you do if your foster animal chews or scratches in unwanted areas?*What methods will you use to housebreak your foster animal, if needed?*Are you willing to meet with adopters and visit FMSPCA to finalize adoptions?*YesNoUnder what circumstances would you not be able to complete the foster program?*i.e. return the animal before an adopter is found Fort McMurray S.P.C.A. Volunteer Release FormThe undersigned, in acting as a volunteer for the Fort McMurray S.P.C.A., hereby releases the Fort McMurray S.P.C.A., its agents, officers, servants and employees of and from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions and causes of actions whatsoever arising out of or relating to any loss, damage, or injury that may be sustained by the undersigned or any of the undersigned’s property. The undersigned further agrees to indemnify and save harmless the Fort McMurray S.P.C.A., its agents, officers, servants and employees from any and all liability which may hereafter be brought against the Fort McMurray S.P.C.A. by or on behalf of the undersigned for the undersigned’s named child of any of the foregoing matters hereby released. The undersigned hereby acknowledges the risk inherent in the handling of animals, domesticated or wild, and hereby willingly accepts all such risks. This release and indemnity shall be binding upon the undersigned, his/her, heirs, executors, administrators and assigns. Confirmation* I agree to the conditions stated above. SignatureDate* If the applicant noted about is under the age of 18, the signature of a parent / legal guardian is required below. 1. I verify that I am the parent / legal guardian of the above listed applicant who is under 18 years old. * 2. I agree to the conditions stated above. 3. I understand that I must provide direct supervision of this applicant while he / she is volunteering for the Fort McMurray SPCA. If I cannot be present, I will designate another chaperone that is at least 18 years old, and I understand that verification of the chaperone age may be required. Signature*Date* The undersigned herby acknowledges that under volunteering at the Fort McMurray SPCA there will be restrictions on adoptions that may take place during such time. As a volunteer, all rules, procedures, policies, and expectations are the same as of paid employees. If a volunteer does not follow all policies and procedures they can be withdrawn from the volunteer program. This includes brining animals home without permission.* I accept. Initial* This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.