Papillon Rescue UK

Rescuing with compassion and understanding

Adopter/Foster Application Form

Please read the Fostering Information sheet prior to the completion of this form


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Foster Carers only: please also complete this section


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Why will I be asked to give a donation when I adopt a rescue dog?

Your adoption donation covers worming and flea treatment, vaccinations, microchipping, spaying and neutering. Any additional vet treatment, food, bed, toys, treats, collar, lead, harness that your adopted dog had whilst waiting to be adopted, were most likely paid for by generous donations from our supporters, or by fund raising by the rescue. The time, phone calls and petrol involved in networking, home checking and transporting were given freely by rescue volunteers. Your donation, most likely, will not cover the amount spent on the dogs however, adoption donations do allow us to reduce if not clear vet bills, which in turn means that we are able to help the next dog in need.
That is why you are asked for a donation when you adopt a dog from us. Our average donation is £300 with amounts varying from £100 to £600 depending on the age of the dog and the amount of ongoing veterinary treatment it will require.