A couple has joined a lot of foster programs and just recently, they got a deaf dog to foster. The couple had to wait for four months before they got their first dog to foster. The deaf dog was also a pregnant dog. When the shelter told them about the dog’s situation, they did not hesitate and agreed to foster the doggie and her pups.
Julia writes in the comments:
Oh my goodness, the whole bunch of white clouds running about. Willie looks exactly like his mama! Win win for all🐶🐾
However, the shelter did not know that the dog was deaf and this was not relayed to the fosterers.
The Fostering Experience
The momma dog actually delivered the pups the night before the couple was called about them needing to be fostered. They took the momma dog and the pups in with them.
One of the fosterers said that she has been reading about dog pregnancy, dog birth, and acclimating a new dog into a space. And all these information came in handy with the bunch of doggies they had to foster.
Around two days later, that was when they knew that the dog was deaf. Because of this, the couple knew that the momma dog had no way of knowing that the pups were in distress. So, they had to set up multiple dog cameras to monitor the momma dog and her pups.
18 days later, the momma dog finally hopped into the lap of one of the fosterers, which was a major milestone. The momma dog did not seem like she had someone take care of her in the past and did not trust humans easily.
The pups were later adopted out to their fur-ever homes. One of the pups, Willie, stayed with the fosterers. The momma dog was later adopted out to one of the fosterer’s mom.
This is such a happy ending! Do you think so, too?